Camille Sheffield joined Isaacson, Miller as an Associate in 2017. Prior to joining the firm, Camille led research on diversity and inclusion policies for junior faculty at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Previously, she worked in the Bay Area nonprofit sector directing college access and persistence programs for first-generation college students. She facilitated partnerships between public and private colleges, school districts and the City of Oakland to help launch the inaugural Oakland Promise scholarship initiative. Camille started her career as an English teacher in Venezuela.
- BA, sociology, Claremont McKenna College
- MA, education policy and leadership studies, Stanford University