Camille Range is a registered dietitian nutritionist who empowers families and communities to lead healthy lives through nutrition, health, and wellness. She has worked on several obesity and public health programs promoting positive health-behavior changes in Hispanic and African American mothers, daughters, and families. These include the University of Houston’s BOUNCE program, former First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! Initiative, and ISCOPES, a fellowship program at George Washington University. Passionate about increasing diversity and inclusive leadership in the dietetics and public health professions, she is completing her doctorate in urban leadership and entrepreneurship at University of the District of Columbia, focusing her research on policy change and solutions to address racial and health inequities within major urban food systems.