Camille Cyprian's life and heart's work is supporting change makers, change making organizations, and organizations working to change themselves, envision, embody, and engage in transformative healing praxis. A long-time community organizer and justice activist, Camille's current place in the movement ecosystem is holding space for change makers to incorporate intersectional healing justice into the every-day work of social change, and specifically racial healing justice. Camille is currently a doctoral student at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, with research interests in healing justice, African Indigenous knowledge, and organizational development. She earned an MBA in Nonprofit Management from Hamline University, and a Bachelor of Science in Individualized Studies: Social Justice and Community Organizing from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. Camille is also a certified community healing justice coach and mind-body medicine facilitator. Camille currently serves as a co-chair of the governing board of Headwaters Foundation for Justice, and is a Firekeeper of Maji ya Chai Land Sanctuary. They are also the founder of Centered Spaces LLC.