Kamille Coleman is a Licensed Master level Social Worker with a passion for working with at-risk populations within the educational field. She has been working as an Academic Advisor at Tarrant County College- South Campus in Fort Worth, TX since 2013. In this time, she has worked with students from various backgrounds including those who are in foster care and who are on academic probation. Passionately serving this particular student population allows her to utilize her Social Work skills by problem solving and using empathetic and analytical thinking when students’ needs arise.
By listening to students’ concerns, in 2015 Kamille developed and successfully planned the college’s first Taste and Talk event which created an avenue to spark conversation amongst Academic Advisors and students. Her vision and leadership with Taste and Talk resulted in administrators changing some procedures in the academic advising office which enhanced student engagement and retention.
Kamille’s professional experience includes creating intervention plans, facilitating small groups about social skills, case management, and presentation skills which has given her an opportunity to make an impact in many students’ lives.
In her time away from the office, Kamille enjoys time being entertained with her husband John and their two young daughters. Kamille’s facilitation style is interactive and energetic which allows her audiences to enjoy the various topics covered in a fun environment.