Camille is a 37 Degree Media marketing consultant. After graduating from the University of Washington, she entered into the corporate world of publishing.
Camille is an ambitious creative who specializes in project management, client management, social media marketing, copywriting, and event management. Over the last five years Camille has ambitiously climbed her way up the ranks, eventually landing her current role which involves managing top client accounts for Chronicle Books. Camille’s strengths lie in her ability to connect with others, communicate effectively, anticipate her client’s needs, adapt to change, drive teams and projects, and stay cool under pressure.
In her spare time, she is either outdoors or doing something creative. Camille loves painting; playing guitar; sports; hiking; reading, and spending time at her favorite spot – the beach.
She’s an avid stage performer and storyteller with 20 years of experience, including getting rave reviews and earning SAG points for her performance in “Hairspray” at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre. Her latest performance was in the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company’s acclaimed musical, “I, Too, Sing America”.
He has a passion for criminal justice reform and bringing code to those who may not be fortunate enough to have received a formal education and training. He is a strong advocate for the employment and promotion of the formerly incarcerated, women and people of color in all segments of society but especially in the technology sector.
Bill is a graduate of The Last Mile Training Program and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from California State University at Fresno.
Jon is a 37 Degree Media-Founding member. Jon started his career in the PR department with the Golden State Warriors. He later worked in advertising for Oakland Tribune, KNBR radio and publishing his own direct mail magazine.
Life changed for Jon when a friend invited him to volunteer at a NetDay event, a public, private and community collaboration to wire public schools. The excitement of the digital divide movement led him into community nonprofit work around technology, youth and education. That opportunity exposed him to tech vocational training at local juvenile detention centers and to satisfy probation requirements for individuals. This experience and the people he met sparked an interest in mass incarceration and a passion for re-entry practices that impact lives and communities.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in advertising & marketing from San Jose State University. Jon is an avid golfer, trekkie, music/movie buff, amateur photographer and chef, proud dad, big Crimson Tide fan and Big Sur is his sanctuary.