Camille Jonlin, originally from Seattle, Washington, is a graduate of Carleton College where she majored in Sociology/Anthropology and minored in Russian. Camille served others through her role as Program Director of the Carleton Food Recovery Network which aims to reduce food waste and eliminate food insecurity in the Northfield community. Her role included volunteer and community partner coordination, along with educating students about waste reduction and food accessibility. Camille also pursued a passion for inclusivity in athletic environments when founding the Carleton Gymnastics Club and working as a rock climbing instructor. In her free time, Camille enjoys exploring urban spaces, spending time with friends and staying physically active. Camille served at The Allegheny Conference on Community Development and was a part of the South Hilltop cohort.