A Michigan native, Camille has more than 30 years experience in theatre, most of which were spent with the National Theatre of the Deaf.
She toured with the Tony award-winning play, Children of a Lesser God, by Broadway National Production as Lydia in 1980 and as Sarah Norman in Center Players' 2008 production. She had a role as Marcia Hendricks in the Benevolence episode of NBC's Law and Order in 1993.
A professional actress since 1985, she has served as an artistic director and master storyteller. She has presented and conducted countless national and international presentations on American Sign Language (ASL), interpreting, storytelling techniques in the field of theatre arts.
She served as the Director of the National Theatre of the Deaf's Professional School. She is also a co-founder of the A.C.O.R.N. Deaf Theatre which promotes, fosters, and emphasizes the fields of artistic, communication, opportunity, resources, and nurturing as part of the creative process for deaf and hard-of-hearing children and adults. While at NTD, she received the Princess Grace Awards Foundation's USA Fellowship.
Her teaching passion grew when she was the ASL Literacy Specialist at the New Jersey School for the Deaf. She has been featured in several articles or literature.
In addition to her studies and serving as the Graduate Assistant, Camille is an adjunct faculty member at Gallaudet's American Sign Language and Deaf Studies Department.