Camille Danyell Lewis has had a passion for helping people even at a young age.
Transgender Alliance Chair
Camille Danyell Lewis has had a passion for helping people even at a young age. Her first job consisted of managing a group home for adolescent youth. Through life’s transition her passion for helping people never wavered, in 2014 the phoenix in Camille awakened and her true calling was coming to full fruition, now celebrating 6 years with Empower U Community Health Center, Camille started her journey in HIV Prevention and Transgender Advocacy by tailoring the first Transgender service program in Liberty City called the Translluminati Project, she structured the program to offer behavioral services, Name change services and Medical services all housed inside of EUCHC. Through the years Camille had the pleasure of facilitating at National Conferences such as USCA, Bio-Medical, National Transgender Conference, and Trans con just to name a few. Ms. Lewis enjoys working in the community where she lives, work, play, and worship. She now serves as Black Treatment Advocates Network (BTAN) Community Co-Chair, Project Consultant with the University of Miami, and a Community Consultant for the TRUST Project with the University of Central Florida. Camille had the pleasure of being honored for her hard work and dedication in 2018 she was a part of South Florida Gay News Out50, 2019 she received the Luminary award, TDOR Resilience award and she recognized by the Miami-Dade Department of Health for her hard work and dedication to the Transgender Community. Camille’s life motto is “To be the exception and not the rule,” it’s her daily reminder to never allow others to categorize you into a stereotype that falsely narrates who you are and the person you’re becoming.