Cammille Powell is the Coordinator of Data, Technology and Analytics for Achieving the Dream, Inc. In this role she is responsible for coordinating and supporting the Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS) initiative and a variety of essential team functions.
Prior to joining Achieving the Dream, Cammille served as Data Collection Research Assistant with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. In this position, she assisted with two different research studies conducted in collaboration with the Sheppard Pratt Health System focused on creating safe and supportive school environments for middle school students and on the evaluating effects of interventions on improving student performance and behavioral outcomes. She was responsible for coordinating with research project staff, maintaining research reliability, and data collection using multiple methods.
Cammille has further experience in government policy, education, and non-profits. As an undergraduate student she interned in the Education and Outreach Branch of the Governments Division at the US Census Bureau. In addition, she has worked for District of Columbia Public Schools and student support non-profits including Urban Alliance and Save the Children.
Educational Background: Cammille earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Temple University and has completed coursework toward a Master of Public Administration at the University of Baltimore.