Camilla believes that communication and collaboration are key to systemic change. Her expertise is using marketing strategies to communicate social causes.
Camilla is a multidisciplinary professional, with experience in public and third sectors, marketing agencies, social projects management and entrepreneurship. She believes in the power of narratives and communication to promote systemic change.
She co-founded her course’s Junior Enterprise at the University of Brasília, was a member of the Choice Movement, focused on disseminating the concept of social impact business, and has experience with food security policies.
Prior to Reos, Camilla used to be the executive coordinator of Nossa Causa, a nonprofit from Brazil, and manager of the project Lélia Gonzalez Vive, which seeks to honor the memory and work of the anthropologist and activist for the black and feminist movements, Lélia Gonzalez.