In summer 2013, Camille interned at Keter Plastic, where she designed a semi-automated table for packaging small parts, in order to create a comfortable environment for elderly factory workers which minimizes human error using "poke yoke" techniques.
The following summer, Camille worked at the Ecological Greenhouse at Kibbutz Ein-Shemer, teaching students how to build and maintain aeroponic farms. After her 2014 MISTI experience at
Camille didn’t know if she would have the opportunity to return to the educational greenhouse—but thanks to her dedication and hard work, Ein-Shemer became an official Global Teachings Lab Israel site in 2015. At the Greenhouse, Jewish and Arab Israeli middle and high school students study ecological sciences through hands-on projects.
In 2016, Camille and Daniel Goodman ’13 founded the company, Hamama. The seeds for Hamama, or “greenhouse” in Hebrew, began during Richman’s MISTI experience in Israel.