N. Camille Lewis is an expert professional nurse with over a decade of experience caring for clinically complex patients. In her newest role as a Clinical Nurse Supervisor at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, she provides administrative, educational, and clinical support to nurses and interdisciplinary team members to ensure safe, efficient operations for the optimal delivery of high quality patient care. In the past, she has worked as a consultant as an oncology abstractor and interim nurse educator.
N. Camille is passionate about community engagement, equal access to high quality healthcare and education. She is a volunteer doula with The Doula Project, a nonprofit organization that provides free, compassionate care support to pregnant people across the continuum. She serves on the fundraising and event planning committee for Locally Haiti, an organization that invests in locally-led initiatives in Petit Trou de Nippes, Haiti. She previously served as chair of the health committee for the Ocean-Hill Brownsville Coalition of Young Professionals, a non profit organization that implements and supports programs that educate and empower residents in the areas of economics, health, education, and youth development.
N. Camille earned her Master of science in nursing – Gerontological/Adult Nurse Practitioner program - from Hunter College, Bachelor of Science in nursing from Molloy College and Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology-Human Biology from Temple University.