Most recently, Camille Kennedy served as the vice president of strategic partnerships at Avenidas in Palo Alto and the executive director of Random Acts of Flowers, Silicon Valley. Prior to working in the nonprofit sector, Kennedy worked as an urban planner in New York and California.
Kennedy holds a Master in Urban Planning from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and attended Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music and has an undergraduate degree from Baruch College. She is an elected member of the Menlo Park Planning Commission and currently sits on the board of the Wender Weis Foundation for Children. Previously she served on the advisory Board of Fund Her and Random Acts of Flowers.
Kennedy got her start in non-profit in 1992 when she joined the team at the Boston Living Center, a community center for people living with HIV/AIDS. As the organization’s first congregate meals program director, Kennedy provided both sustenance and hope to the many members who walked through the doors every day for lunch. The program grew to serve thousands of members a month and still goes strong today.