Camilo is the admissions and marketing coordinator for the Center for Arts in Medicine. He earned his B.A.S. in Organizational Management at Santa Fe College and his M.A. in Arts in Medicine at the University of Florida. Camilo works with student admissions, program communications, and administration to advance the mission of the Center. His creative interests include improvisational theatre and music composition. During his time as a graduate assistant for the Center, his research focused around the cross-disciplinary collaboration of mental health and arts in health professionals in the realm of applied theatre. His research aided in the development of curriculum for Theatre Connect, an improv theatre program aimed at supporting LGBTQ+ youth in north-central Florida.
He continues to serve as the co-director of the Theatre Connect theatre for health program and works to increase access, funding, and awareness of arts in health programming for the LGBTQ+ community.
Should you have any questions about the Center's education, training, or research programs; community programs; or wish to get in touch with any of the faculty or staff, he can help answer your inquiries or connect you with the right person.