Camilla joined Africapractice in May 2007 as a consultant for corporate citizenship. Her clients are multinational companies who operate in Africa and seek advice on how to devise and implement an effective corporate citizenship strategy or project relevant to the African context within which they are working. Before africapractice, she was working for a corporate governance and corporate social responsibility consultancy in London - Pensions Investment Research Consultants (PIRC).Prior to working at PIRC, she completed a masters from the London School of Economics in Environment and Development and read Human Geography at the University College London at undergraduate level. Between these two degrees, she worked as the communications officer for the World Youth Peace Summit, a youth-led NGO based in Bangkok, Thailand. She was selected back in 2004 as a UNESCO Youth Delegate for the Decade for the Education of Sustainable Development, travelling to Japan for a conference. She was also selected to attend the UN Youth Assembly in New York also in that same year. Though a British national, she was born and raised in Thailand, consequently having a strong affinity to the country and Asia as a region.