Camilla joined Oxfam in 2007. As Deputy Humanitarian Director, Camilla oversees Oxfam's Global Humanitarian Team's work on Local Humanitarian Leadership, Capacity Building, WASH and support to Oxfam's emergency programmes in the Horn, East and Central Africa and Asia. In her previous role as Head of Emergency Food Security and Vulnerable Livelihoods, Camilla contributed to numerous articles on food security issues and to the development of improved toolkits including WFP's Emergency Food Security Assessment (EFSA) and the Emergency Market and Mapping and Analysis (EMMA). She is also the author of WFP's handbook for NGOs on How to work with WFP (2005).
Camilla has over 20 years experience of leading assessments, evaluations and running programmes in Africa, Asia and Latin America and worked previously as a consultant to WFP, FAO, DfID and other International NGOs such as Save the Children UK. Camilla holds a BA in Social Anthropology with Indonesian Studies from SOAS, London University and an MSC in International Health from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.