Camille is a graduate of the Université de Montréal Faculty of Law and a member of the Bar of Quebec since 2015. After a legal practice in Europe in the area of international sports, she undertook a professional transition by completing a master’s degree in environmental management at Université de Sherbrooke. Her master’s thesis combines the subjects of law and natural resource management by addressing the principle of free, prior, and informed consent by Indigenous peoples in the context of resource exploitation in northern Quebec. Camille works as a legislative and policy analyst in the department of environment, wildlife, and research at Makivik Corporation. She uses her knowledge of land and resource governance within the framework of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement and the Nunavik Inuit Land Claims Agreement in order to ensure that territorial planning, management, and use are in line with the rights, needs, and priorities of Nunavik Inuit people.