Camille C. Williams

Director, Social Responsibility

Camille is a 20-year transit industry professional who has spent her career managing civil rights compliance and transit equity programs.   As the director of social responsibility for the Transportation Diversity Council (TDC) she is leading efforts to restore Parque Martin Luther King in the Vedado District of Havana, Cuba.  The park is dedicated to two of the most prominent civil rights leaders in modern history, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X.  In this role, Camille established communication and coordinated meetings between TDC leadership, officials from the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba, and the United States Department of State, which resulted in the endorsement of the historic preservation project by the Department.  As Transportation Diversity Council expands its global reach, Camille will continue to create initiatives that have positive social impact.

Camille is a recipient of the Women’s Transportation Seminar San Francisco Bay Area Chapter’s 2015 Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award.  She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Texas and University of Virginia, respectively.  On weekends Camille enjoys photographing her travels along the California coast and whale watching on the Monterey Bay.