Camille Manning-Broome

Conference Speaker Bio

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Camille Manning-Broome

President and CEO, Center for Planning Excellence

  • camille@cpex.org

Biography

A native Louisianan, Camille Manning-Broome is internationally recognized for her expertise in resilience and adaptation planning. Her leadership on issues of land loss, coastal community sustainability, climate change resilience and adaptation as well as resident-led community planning has contributed to the transformation of cities, towns and parishes throughout Louisiana and has created knowledge of interest to peers throughout the U.S. and the globe, from South Africa to Scotland to Denmark.

Having spent time in various parts of the state throughout her life – summers in Natchitoches, graduate school work in lower Plaquemines Parish, and now raising a family in Baton Rouge, Camille’s driving passion is planning for a Louisiana her kids will be proud to call home. She invests her personal and professional energy into engaging local and state leadership in support of resident-driven planning efforts. Through this work, Camille prioritizes resilience, equity, and preservation of cultural and social ties for all residents, with emphasis on populations facing challenges associated with historical disinvestment, land loss and changing climate conditions.

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