Camilla is an Advisor in the Home Affairs and International Programmes team. Her work involves the application of behavioural science to gender equality, violence prevention, sexual health, peacebuilding and security. She has a strong interest in bringing human-centered and participatory research methods to policy, communication and service design.
Before joining BIT, Camilla was a research executive at a consultancy providing strategic insight across public, private and third sectors. Prior to this, Camilla worked in gender violence prevention research – first in Uganda as part of her Master’s degree and then as a remote consultant.
She holds a Master’s degree in Gender, Violence and Conflict and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Anthropology, both from the University of Sussex.