Camille believes we change the world by starting in our own communities first. She started cooking when she was 9 and honed her skills as an adult working in various kitchens before joining her sister and brother-in-law’s local kimchi company. She spent 4 years helping grow their local business and producing kimchi out of The Good Acre’s shared used kitchen.

She believes in the power of small local food businesses to change the food landscape of our communities and wants to empower them with the tools and resources they need to succeed. With a degree in Political Science focused on Agriculture and Food Policy from Macalester College, apprenticeship on a small organic farm in Western MA, and her experience growing a small food business, Camille is able to see the full picture and possibilities for a thriving local food community.

As Kitchen Programs manage Camille supports the small businesses that use The Good Acre Kitchen and creates kitchen programming that enriches and connects the local food community. In her free time, you can find Camille tending her big backyard garden, enjoying the outdoors, and making homemade pickles and jams to remind her of summer all winter long.