Camille A. Emeagwali is Senior Vice President of Programs & Strategic Learning at The New York Women’s Foundation where she leads programmatic strategy, strategic learning, and impact positioning of The Foundation’s thought leadership. Camille also oversees The Foundation’s strategic grantmaking focused on advancing gender, racial, and economic justice in NYC and beyond. Prior to The Foundation, Camille was the Director of Capacity Building at Harm Reduction Coalition, where she oversaw the National Training Institute, the HIV Prevention Capacity Building Initiative, and the CBA for Syringe Access Community Mobilization Program. Camille has 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector providing technical assistance, consultation, and skills-building training to nonprofit organizations in the areas of organizational development and program sustainability. Camille, a daughter of Jamaican immigrants and a native of Queens, NY, is committed to supporting the work of bold, dynamic leaders and organizations that are positively impacting the lives of Black women, immigrant women, and women of color. Camille has a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management from the Milano School of Policy, Management and Environment at The New School and a B.A. in Government and Politics from University of Maryland, College Park.