Camille served for many years as a member of the Junior League of Atlanta (JLA). After holding various positions on their Board of Directors over the years, Camille became the first non-white member to serve as president in the organization’s 96-year history. Throughout her presidency, she advocated for members to embrace their League membership as a ‘Journey of a Lifetime’ to encourage lifelong learning and support of The Junior League’s Mission and causes.
Camille Kesler owns and manages MOAVCO Inc., which operates a Smallcakes Cupcakery franchise in North Druid Hills/Brookhaven Atlanta, and MOAVCO Consulting LLC, an independent management consultancy focused on non-profits.
Camille formerly served as executive director of Rebuilding Together Atlanta to assure that low-income homeowners live in warmth, safety and independence. Camille’s professional career also includes work as a Communications Director for two U.S. Congressional campaigns and she formerly worked as Director of Human Resources for an account receivables firm. Before that, she held human resources and marketing positions with First Data Corporation.
A graduate of the University of Georgia (UGA), Camille was named a 2012 UGA Alumni Association ‘40 under 40’ Award Recipient and the 2014 UGA College of Family and Consumer Sciences ‘Outstanding Service’ Award Honoree. Currently, Camille sits on the UGA Alumni Association Board of Directors and is a past president of the UGA College of Family & Consumer Sciences Alumni Board of Directors.
Camille’s non-profit service also includes work with the Atlanta Symphony Associates where she served as president of the board, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra board of directors, Woodruff Arts Center board of trustees and as chair of the 45th annual Decorators Show House & Gardens. Camille also served on the boards of directors of the Atlanta Children’s Shelter and Atlanta Speech School.