Camille Ameen

Place Category: Council Trainers

  • Profile

    Camille began facilitating Council in 1991. She’s had the privilege of working with K-12, graduate students, students with special needs, students at risk of dropping out, the deaf and hard of hearing, young women in transitional housing, teachers, council interns, and staff in non-profit organizations. In 1996, she co-founded Inside Out Community Arts, a nationally award-winning program that empowers and fosters understanding between diverse youth through theatre. With UCLArts & Healing, Collective Voices, and The Heart Project she’s combined her love of theatre and Council into trainings and curriculum for performance, art, and social emotional learning. At Imagination Workshop (1987-1996), she worked with psychiatric forensic clients, homeless families and homeless/addicted veterans in recovery. A graduate of Mount Holyoke College in Theatre, she’s had a long career as a professional actress in NY and LA including Broadway, TV and film. Camille holds a Professional Designation in Arts Education from LA County Arts Commission.