"Its Mine Movement works to break the cycle of youth victimized by sexual abuse by empowering them with education, and support allowing them to become survivors.”
Empowerment: Empowering youth to become a survivors.
Safety: Securing the safety of our youth and community.
Commitment: Commit to break the cycle of predatory behavior and youth victimized by sexual abuse.
Camilla was born and raised in Newark, NJ, relocated to Philadelphia in 2015. Inspired by her own life experience, she became a voice for the silenced and was motivated to minimize the statistics of the cycle of brokenness. She realized she could spread her reach by creating an organization to provide services and support to sexually abused youth. In 2019, IMM was born broadening her ability to teach youth to identify abuse, protect themselves, as well as support the community in celebrating their survival.
As an activist, Camilla spends much of her time serving the community as an individual and with other organizations. She's a certified Mandated Reporter in PA and seeks opportunity to provide people with resources, advocate for those without a voice, and create places of respite for people in need of relief.
Each of our volunteers bring unique skills and thoughts to the table. Together we work to bring awareness to our community while supporting each other in our own individual journey. We welcome new volunteers to join us in supporting IMM’s mission. Click the contact page to find out how to join the movement.
Having spent over Twenty-Five years in financial operations and leadership, Verné most recently served as a Chief Financial Officer for a large nonprofit organization. She committed her personal and professional life to working with nonprofit organizations to improve the quality of life for women and the BIPOC community. While working with nonprofit organizations, Verné has led initiatives to create strategic plans, establish efficiencies in operations, seek new business opportunities, develop team members, create cultural changes, and encourage diversity of thought. As a lifelong learner, Verné holds a B.S. in Accounting, M.S. in Human Services, M.B.A. and M.S. in Organizational Development and Leadership. For fun, she enjoys traveling, and visiting Philadelphia’s amazing art museums.
She can be reached at email@example.com
Stefanie Musto, LMSW
Stefanie is licensed master social worker with a Master’s degree in Social Work from SUNY Albany in upstate New York. She has over 5 years of experience working with a broad range of clientele with developmental disabilities and mental illness in a variety of settings.
Since 2017, Stefanie has been part of the YALE School in Philadelphia as the school counselor and admissions coordinator. She works extensively with children of all age who have experienced trauma or attachment challenges, and young people diagnosed with behavioral health conditions or developmental disabilities. Her work with children is relational and experiential, often incorporating play therapy and cognitive behavioral approaches. As the admissions coordinator, Stefanie assists families and students with accessing transition services and helping caregivers find adequate placement options for their child with individualized education plans.
Outside of work, Stefanie has served and participated in a Nonprofit for competitive roller derby. She has dedicated over eight years volunteering as a sports trainer, event organizer and strategic planner for an athletic space that empowers women, transgender, and non-binary folx. Stefanie is excited to be part of the inspiring team of It’s Mine Movement to provide resources and contribute to the organization’s mission to advocate for children and families in the community.
She can be reached at
Amira is a writer/ poet who works with It’s Mine Movement to aid people (mainly children) who need help escaping detrimental environments, dealing mostly in sexual abuse. She aims to help the victims with emotional support and finding healthy ways to transition into a healthier safer environment.
Amira knows the importance of having support after dealing with tragic situations.
Amira has emerged herself in learning everything she can in order to have the tools and qualifications to help people in a impactful way.
She studies psychology, sociology, religion, and anything else that she feels will help her in their mission.
Amira is also a loving wife and mother of 7 children. She looks to her family as inspiration to continue to be a blessing to others as long as it’s in her ability to do so.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org