Camille J. Moore
Camille Moore, an Alabama native, received a bachelor of arts in international relations and political science from Oakwood University. She continued on to Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College School of Information Systems in Washington, D.C., where she earned a master’s degree in public policy and management.
As a result of a Presidential Internship with General Electric Poland, Moore honed an interest in energy policy and accepted the role of Energy Fellow with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. Additionally, she served on Capitol Hill in the Office of Congressman Anthony G. Brown (MD-04) where her legislative portfolio included healthcare, financial services, science and tech, and transitioning service members. To her credit are drafts of three original bills and two passed amendments; most notably she drafted and introduced H.R. 3175, The Homecoming Act, which helps elevate the HBCU-DoD relationship, that was passed through the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act.
On the final leg of her CBCF fellowship, Moore joined the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) as a policy advisor under its Chairman, Congressman Alcee Hastings (FL-20). In this role, she covered issues within the second dimension of economics and environment and traveled to Brussels, Vienna, and Estonia.
Moore is professionally proficient in German, thanks to her participation in the prestigious Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange, for which she lived in Cologne, Germany, for more than a year prior to her undergraduate matriculation.