Camilla was born and raised in Newark, NJ, she relocated to Philadelphia in 2014. 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 families affected by trauma. Camilla founded IMM in 2019, broadening her ability to teach and reach the BIPOC community to identify abuse and trauma, how to 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 utilize resources, advocate for those without a voice, and create places of respite for people in need of relief.
Camilla established IMM in 2019 through her own healing journey as a sexual abuse and domestic violence survivor. Since the beginning she envisioned an organization that could be a resource to the community of people affected by trauma. Camilla actively dedicate her time to ensuring that we will be an organization known for results, compassion, community, healing, & mental freedom.