Camellia Pham is the program manager for the Patient Care Program, with a focus on aligning its strategic priorities with its operations. She reports directly to Dr. George Bo-Linn, the program’s chief program officer.
Before joining the Foundation, Camellia worked as a grantmaking operations associate at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, where she provided support to the Office of General Counsel and to the Local Grantmaking Program. More recently, Camellia was the Program Manager at Good Ventures, a relatively new San Francisco based foundation focused on alleviating global poverty. She also worked for Prevention International: No Cervical Cancer (PINCC), a non-profit organization dedicated to providing treatment and aid for women with cervical cancer in developing countries.
Camellia received a B.A. in social work with an emphasis is psychology and a minor in education from the University of California at Berkeley. She is also a graduate of U. C. Berkeley’s Biology Scholar’s Program.