Camille McGirt, MPH, is a second year MBA student at Harvard Business School.
As an undergrad student, Ms. McGirt took a gap-year and participated in the White House Internship Program (Obama Administration: Office of Presidential Personnel). and she interned in Congressman Emanuel Cleaver’s (D-MO) office through the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Emerging Leaders Program. When Ms. McGirt left Washington, D.C. she wanted to continue public service efforts and combine it with her passion for public health. During the summer of 2011, she established “Healthy Girls Save the World, HGSW” (www.hgswinc.org) a 501(c)3 non-profit that provides a positive space for girls in North Carolina to foster the development of healthy habits. In 2013, upon graduating from UNC-CH, Camille moved to Brooklyn, New York to work as a HealthCorps Coordinator at South Shore High School for two-years. In 2015 she matriculated into UNC’s Health Behavior MPH program where she attended as a full merit scholarship recipient. Upon finishing her MPH she worked at Booz Allen Hamilton for two-years as a healthcare management consultant. Most recently, Camille finished up a summer internship with Amazon focusing on environmental health program design and will continue to align with opportunities at the intersection of public health with business upon graduation in May 2021.Back To Team