is the founder, director and owner of Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics.
As an athlete she was BC and Canadian Junior and Senior Champion. As Canada’s star on the world scene, she was a gold medallist at the Four Continents Championships, Jr. Pan Ams and was the most medalled athlete at the 1994 Commonwealth Games (5 Medals). In her final years as an athlete she was a finalist and medalist at multiple major world competitions and was and Canada’s only representative at the 1996 Olympic Games.
She started coaching in 1992 (full time since 1997) and has been a National Team coach since 2001. Camille and her team have produced BC and Canadian Champions including a Youth Olympic Festival finalist, 2 Pan Am Medallists, 3 Pacific Rim medalists, multiple international finalists and World University Games participants.
Camille is aN NCCP level 3 coach and has served Provincially as a board member, on BC’s Competitive Development Committee and as a National level judge. At the domestic level, Camille served (for 11 consecutive years) as Gymnastics Canada’s elected National Team Coaches Chair and as a member of the RG Technical Committee and is now pioneering advances in domestic development and has been working with NCCP to re-write the RG curriculum.
“I love kids and I love our sport! I feel so blessed by the delight I feel when I see athletes learn new things, deal with tough situations well or overcome the parts of themselves that are standing in their way. Chasing excellence as they dare to become fierce athletes and have the courage to share their heart through artistic expression is such an inspiring journey to be on.”