Finance for Impact
Camille is currently a Fellow with Finance for Impact. She specializes in social sustainability and the measurement of social impact. Her specific skills encompass social economy financing, developing cross sector solutions, governance in the social economy, CSR strategy and performance focusing on rethinking business in society. With Finance for Impact, she participates in research projects on social investment, social sustainability screening and monitoring, and design of business models integrating sustainability issues.
Prior to Finance for Impact, upon completion of her training at the International Cooperation Institute, Camille was a field coordinator for an NGO in Indonesia, overseeing development projects in the field of governance, environmental and social impacts. For instance, she managed several projects in vulnerable areas dealing with reforestation, access to drinking water, sanitation, and emergency food distribution. Her work included field supervision, budget negotiation, evaluation, communication with local population and authorities and project assessments.
She studied economics and sustainable impact management in a dual-master degree both at Sciences Po Saint-Germain-en-Laye and Audencia Business School. She fluently speaks French and English and has basic knowledge in Indonesian and German.