Camilla is a proud former student of John Curtin College of the Arts. She holds a double Major in Psychology and Legal studies and a Minor in Family and Social Welfare Law. Before beginning her career in teaching, she spent a number of years working in forensic settings as a counsellor and later in program development and delivery.
It was here that she discovered her passion for teaching, going on to complete a graduate diploma of education. As a teacher she has worked in a variety of contexts, teaching in Independent, Catholic and Public Schools delivering both the Australian Curriculum and the International Baccalaureate, before returning to John Curtin as a teacher of Humanities and Social Sciences, later in 2019 being awarded Level 3 Classroom teacher status.
In her current position as Associate Principal – Learning and Teaching she has a wide range of responsibilities that impact upon student learning and teaching at the College. Camilla is passionate about differentiation, inclusivity and innovative approaches to learning and teaching. She is an Apple Learning Leader & Microsoft Innovative Educator and has been pivotal in addressing the challenges of supporting online learning and the integration of technology in the classroom.