Camille is a tech worker, a mom, a community organizer, and a conscious closures consultant. She currently facilitates the Practices of Composting and Hospicing community as part of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s Emerging Futures initiative.

Over the past 25 years, Camille has worked with student housing cooperatives, tech startups, open source projects, non-profits, and activist groups. Camille was a co-founder of the Collective for Liberation, Ecology, and Technology (CoLET), a radical feminist tech collective. She also formerly served as an advisor to The Ada Initiative and The Maintainers, as well as board chair for Whose Knowledge?, a global feminist NGO focused on elevating marginalized voices.

Camille  is a graduate of University of California at Berkeley (Political Science/ Ethnic Studies) and Columbia University’s Internship In Building Community program.

She brings her experience with messy departures and endings to the work of improving organizational closure and project conclusions.

Here is a list of groups Camille has worked with:

You can learn more about Camille on her personal homepage https://camilleacey.com