- Full Name
- Camille E. Acey
Camille comes to QCO direct from 3.5 years of living in the small former-Yugoslavian nation of Slovenia. She coordinates development and our day-to-day communications (including social media). In 2006, she initiated the early conversations and work groups that quickly led to the establishment of the Greenpoint Reformed Church soup kitchen and food pantry (still the only regular weekly program of its kind in North Brooklyn) and she was part of the team that helped Flux Factory arts collective transition from being a shared Long Island City loft of friends and co-conspirators into a registered arts non-profit that has carried out arts projects on multiple continents and received grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation, the Carnegie Foundation, and New York State Council On The Arts. For many years, Camille single-handedly booked and managed her own roster of independent bands and artists, while also working for some of the most prominent lawyers in the music (and learning the sad truth about what royalty sheets really look like).
Camille got her bachelor's degree in political science from the University of California at Berkeley and also completed the Internship in Building Community at Columbia University.
- Member for
- 6 years 6 months