Camilla is currently a research assistant at CERC Migration. Her research draws on Canada's state-religion relations to examine how social, legal, and historical factors impact religious coexistence. Camila analyzes policy initiatives, governmental projects, and demographic data (often using data visualization) to generate a better understanding of religious diversity and violent religious radicalization in Canada.
She is also working as a temporary research consultant for IOM’s World Migration Report 2022. Previously, Camilla contributed to the work of Toronto’s Mosaic Institute and the Applied Moral Psychology Lab. She holds a Master’s degree in Global Affairs from the University of Toronto, and undergraduate degrees from the University of Oxford and Milan.