With over 35 years of experience, Camille Schraeder has an extensive history of community involvement and is a strong advocate for abused, neglected, and at-risk children, youth and families at the local, state and federal levels. Camille is currently the Executive Director of The Full Circle Health Network, an independent practice association (IPA) for the California Alliance of Child and Family Services. Camille also leads Redwood Quality Management/Anchor Health, which is an Administrative Services Organization managing access, quality assurance, network adequacy and leveraging Medi-Cal eligibility for both the Children and Adult System of Care of Mendocino County. The Mendocino County System of Care has served over 5,000 unduplicated clients annually. In 1995 Camille founded Redwood Children’s Services,(now Redwood Community Services), a large multiagency serving thousands of clients a year, within three Northern California Counties. Under her leadership, RCS developed and provided community-based services, prevention services, homeless services, mental health services, foster care and adoption services. She served as the CEO until 2019. Camille is the Volunteer Founder and Director of the Potter Valley Youth and Community Center (PVYCC), a founding member of the Children’s Action Committee (CAC), a member of the Policy Council on Children and Youth (PCCY) and an active leader in policy change for children, youth and families. Camille has received numerous community awards for her work. Camille holds a master’s degree in Psychology and a Group Home Administrator’s License in the State of California.