Camille Sealy most recently served as a Health Policy Advisor to Senator Harkin, Chairman of the Senate Health Education, Labor & Pensions Committee. She managed health issues related to maternal and child health, workforce, rural health and aging. Before joining the Senate, Camille was a Policy Associate at the non-profit foundation, Partnership for a Healthier America, where she focused on early childhood issues. Prior to the Partnership, Camille spent two years as a Louis Stokes Urban Health Policy Congressional Black Caucus Fellow in the House of Representatives where handled public health issues for Congressman Edolphus “Ed” Towns and Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman, Henry A. Waxman. Camille obtained a Masters of Public Health from Emory University, a Masters in Education from Saint Joseph’s University and undergraduate degrees in economics and philosophy from Boston College.