Director, Gallup Center on Black Voices Washington, D.C.
Provides global leaders with research consulting, advice and guidance and manages a team of researchers and statisticians
As director of the Gallup Center on Black Voices, Camille leads Gallup's research initiative devoted to studying and highlighting the experiences of more than 40 million Black Americans. The center tracks and reports the progress on life outcomes regarding topics such as justice, health and wellbeing, economic opportunity, jobs and work, education and community, and environment.
As a senior consultant, Camille provides thought leadership on multi-year evaluation contracts, international research projects, custom-design quantitative and qualitative research studies, and leadership and management consulting projects. Camille's areas of expertise include criminal justice, community preparedness and resilience, workplace and worker rights issues, and program and policy evaluation.
Before joining Gallup, Camille worked as a research professor at George Mason University. She has co-authored several book chapters on best practices in juvenile justice education. Camille co-authored the article "Procedural Justice, Police Legitimacy, and Helping the Police Fight Crime: Results from a Survey of Jamaican Adolescents," which was published in the Police Quarterly. Camille is a member of Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research and leads Gallup's Human Research Protections Program.
Gallup Center on Black Voices, Workplace Culture
Florida State University Bachelor's Degree, Political Science Bachelor's Degree, Criminology (Summa Cum Laude in both) Master's Degree, Criminology