Cam Lynne Moultrie, Esq., developed an interest in social impact issues during high school where she was a member of an improvisational group that used interactive skits to teach positive methods of dealing with peer pressure. During college she relished her time working with high school and elementary age girls as a mentor, after school instructor, and summer camp counselor for children affected by HIV or AIDS. While in law school, she taught legal concepts to adults living with HIV or AIDS. She has also served as a guardian ad litem in the Atlanta juvenile court system. Ms. Moultrie has been able to dedicate a significant amount of her professional work to social justice related issues, including receiving awards for pro bono work she did for the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Ms. Moultrie attained her Bachelor’s degree from Brown University and her Juris Doctor from the Georgetown University Law Center. Upon graduation, she worked as a labor and employment attorney in Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Moultrie later received her Master of Laws in Employee Benefits from The John Marshall Law School, with honors. She currently works as a Program Analyst for the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight within the United States Department of Health and Human Services. Ms. Moultrie lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband, Kristopher. In her spare time she enjoys reading, shopping, dancing, and listening to jazz music. Her favorite cookies are oven fresh peanut butter.