Camellia co-leads alumni relations work at GBHI to advance a global network of brain health leaders as lifelong Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health. She also manages the partnership with the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and UCSF (GBHI and UCSF Memory and Aging Center) and she is a flutist in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Words of Strength
Building lasting relationships
By cultivating networks, co-curating programs and learning opportunities, engaging key stakeholders, and focusing on “people,” Camellia aims to grow and sustain a robust and global alumni community. She believes in the leadership of our Atlantic Fellows. She is here to support these change-makers and equity-advancers.
Camellia brings extensive experience from the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors in international human rights, network and relationship building, program design, and funding. She managed communities of stakeholders in her nonprofit work, advanced strategic partnerships at the Sandler Foundation and Open Society Foundations, and conducted research and outreach with social justice organizations in New York, San Francisco, and Sierra Leone.
Camellia's work creates and curates learning, funding, and networking opportunities for Atlantic Fellows offered through GBHI, the Atlantic Institute, and other global partners. This amplifies the innovative, creative, and courageous efforts of our alumni spearheading equity in brain health.
Camellia received a Bachelor’s Degree with honors in History and Feminist Studies, minoring in Spanish, from Stanford University. She also studied flute performance at Stanford under the instruction of music faculty. Camellia holds a Master’s of Liberal Arts in Human Rights Studies from Columbia University and also completed graduate coursework at the University of Notre Dame in law, peace studies, and sociology. Camellia joined the GBHI alumni relations team in August 2018.