The Center for Prevention of Abuse Welcomes New Director of Marketing and Communications Bradley University Graduate and Communications Professional Camille Yameen Accepted into New Leadership Role

Center for Prevention of Abuse Executive Director Carol Merna is pleased to announce Camille Yameen has been named The Center’s new Director of Marketing and Communications. Camille is a Bradley University graduate and has spent the previous five years building her resume in national and international communications.

"Camille is the perfect fit for the marketing and communications team at The Center for Prevention of Abuse,” said Carol Merna, Executive Director. “She brings a unique skillset to us with very diverse experience and a creative focus. Her passion for nonprofit work, our mission, and advocacy have made her the right person to take on this important leadership role.”

Camille previously worked in public relations in Las Vegas, Nevada at Kirvin Doak Communications where she and her team handled communication efforts, special events, and media relations on behalf of a variety of clientele in the for profit and nonprofit sectors. She went on to serve for 22 months as a Community Health Advisor in Peace Corps Madagascar where she implemented rural health campaigns surrounding malaria, safe motherhood, water/sanitation and vaccines at the grassroots level, while working diligently to provide education on how to improve overall quality of life in her village.  

“I am very excited to accept the position of Director of Marketing and Communications at The Center for Prevention of Abuse,” said Camille Yameen. “I’ve been familiar with the Center since I was a student at Bradley and couldn’t be more thrilled to join this family. I’m most looking forward to blending my experiences and working alongside people who truly believe in the goodness of their work. I already feel at home and can’t wait for the next chapter here.”

Camille is a Kansas City, Missouri native, but recently moved back to Peoria. She looks forward to working in her new position to fulfill The Center’s mission to help all people live free from violence and abuse.


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