Camille Barchers is researching growth modeling and how it intersects with public participation and decision-making. She is currently a research assistant at the GIS center. Before beginning the PhD program, Camille worked as a city planning consultant with Kimley-Horn and Associates, where she focused on regional scenario planning projects for clients throughout the Southeast and mid-Atlantic. She is a 2014-2015 Leadership Fellow at Georgia Tech.Camille earned a dual B.S. from Cornell University in 2005 in Natural Resources and International Agriculture and Rural Development and a Masters of Regional Planning from Cornell in 2007.