Camille DeJarnett

Camille DeJarnett is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, an EDGE Fellow, and a PhD candidate in political science at Stanford. Her research focuses on the significance, both empirical and normative, of language diversity and language policy as factors in the development of political communities. She holds a BS in linguistics from MIT, where she received the Ronald McNair Award in recognition of her academic performance and community contributions. Previously, DeJarnett has worked in the fields of expert and strategy consulting, text-to-speech computational linguistics applications, and corporate real estate finance.