L. Camille Massey is the founding Executive Director at the Sorensen Center for International Peace and Justice at CUNY Law, which opened in 2014. Previously, she was the Vice President for Global Strategies and Programs at the Council on Foreign Relations.
At the Council on Foreign Relations, Massey oversaw international initiatives, strategic partnerships, and the Corporate Program, and previously led the organization’s membership and fellowship program. Prior to joining the Council, she was the founder and CEO of Cue Global, a consulting business that designed and implemented strategic policy, legal, advocacy, communications, and resource mobilization plans for global organizations. She previously served as a senior advisor at the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, director of communications at Human Rights First, and a fellow in the Human Rights Program at the Carter Center.
Massey earned her Juris Doctor degree from CUNY School of Law, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Syracuse University. She also serves on the advisory boards of Syracuse University’s Newhouse School and House of SpeakEasy, a literary nonprofit organization. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the American Bar Association, and the New York City Bar Association.