As program director of the adolescent program in Birmingham, Cami oversees the operational aspects of adolescent programming. She also acts as the movement liaison for the adolescent program.
Cami has a degree in therapeutic recreation from the University of Utah and is a certified therapeutic recreation specialist. During her undergraduate field work, Cami worked with dancers with disabilities at the University of Utah’s Tanner Dance Program, in addition to working with the Kostopulos Dream Foundation in Salt Lake City, Utah. After graduation, she had the opportunity to work as a challenge course facilitator at the University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute. She supports the LGBTQ community and in 2017, she walked with the Utah AIDS Foundation in the Pride Parade in Salt Lake City.
With personal values that revolve around integrity, understanding, and compassion, Alsana is a perfect work home for Cami. She believes her purpose in life is to discover joy and encourage authenticity so that others may be able to find joy in their lives. In the future, Cami hopes to become a somatic and movement dance therapist so that she can further integrate the importance of body connection and function.
Cami loves to travel, especially if the destination is a national park or food/music festival. She enjoys hiking with her Siberian husky, playing the guitar and singing, and dancing anywhere she can! Cami was a professional dog walker/hiker for three years and is currently learning how to master the auto-harp.