Camilla is a Data Analyst at the Happiness Research Institute. Her interest in happiness research began with conducting epidemiological studies analysing mental and physical health outcomes in relation to wellbeing metrics.
Her specialities lie in statistical analysis, data collection methodology, observational study design, and program evaluation. Having worked with data spanning from large-scale international surveys to small-scale community interviews, Camilla is also passionate about science communication and determining how to best mobilize knowledge across a variety of audiences.
Before joining the Happiness Research Institute, Camilla worked as an Epidemiologist at the University of Toronto. During this time, she led and published quantitative and qualitative studies relating to life satisfaction, community wellbeing, community belonging, and hospital program evaluation.
She holds a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Toronto.