Camille is an aerospace engineer turned business strategist at Lockheed Martin Space in Denver, Colorado. Her specialty is in cislunar and lunar exploration, settlement, and enabling technologies. She worked as an aerospace engineer on many projects prior to transitioning to business development including Artemis (Orion), commercial jet engines, hypersonic research, and mission operations for a satellite program.
Camille’s science communication platform, The Galactic Gal, aims to make aerospace accessible to everyone while empowering women in STEM and educating about the importance of STEAM (STEM + Art). Founded in 2020, The Galactic Gal has already reached millions of people worldwide through social media, public speaking, and outreach events. She speaks to students across the United States and around the world, including students in Italy, the UK, and Puerto Rico. Her public speaking portfolio includes talks on why and how we are returning to the Moon with Artemis, why space exploration is important to life on Earth, and the criticality of empowering women to pursue STEM careers.
Camille graduated from the University of Tennessee Knoxville in 2019 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Aerospace Engineering. She also attended the University of North Carolina School of the Arts for high school where she specialized in trumpet performance and was a nationally ranked trumpet player.