Camille Ofulue, originally from Houston, Texas, is a senior Sociology major with minors in Psychology and Economics. She is currently completing her senior thesis on the emotional effects of same-race client dynamics on Black mental health professionals. On campus, she has served on multiple executive boards and is currently the president of the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Camille is a staff writer for various publications, a Student Government Mental Health Committee member and a research assistant at Boston Medical Center. She enjoys volunteering, writing, going to concerts, baking, and collecting vinyl records in her free time. After graduation, Camille plans on attending law school and pursuing a degree in counseling psychology.