Program Manager, Patient Care
Camellia’s focus as program manager is aligning strategic priorities in the Patient Care Program with its operations.
Previously, she was program manager at Good Ventures, a foundation devoted to alleviating global poverty. Camellia also worked at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Prevention International: No Cervical Cancer, a nonprofit dedicated to providing treatment and aid for women with cervical cancer in developing countries. Her extensive community service engagements include teaching at an orphanage in Kenya, volunteering in a rural hospital in Vietnam and serving as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area.
Camellia received a B.A. in social work from the University of California, Berkeley and is a graduate of the school’s Biology Scholar’s Program.
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