Camille Moody McCue, PhD is a STEM education consultant and Dummies author. She is currently working with Code.org as a curriculum writer for AP Computer Science Principles and writing the second edition of her Getting Started with Coding book for Wiley Publishing.
Camille most recently served as the Director of Technology and Curriculum Innovations at the Adelson Educational Campus in Las Vegas. There, she designed and implemented new educational initiatives schoolwide, including the construction of a 5000 square feet, state-of-the-art Startup Incubator which emphasized an interdisciplinary coding, maker, and design curriculum.
Always energized by her daily connection with students, Camille has taught courses including AP CS, physics, math and Future Cities Engineering. In previous summers, Camille served as Curriculum Director for Spark Skill, teaching courses to elementary students in video game coding, 3D printing, and IoT.
Camille earned her BA in math (University of Texas at Austin) and her graduate degrees, including her PhD, in curriculum and instruction (UNLV). She has worked in teaching, technology, and television for entities including NASA and PBS. A Tech Exec Lifetime Achievement winner and longtime Dummies author, Camille has written ten Dummies books. She volunteers on the Lt. Governor’s Task Force on Entrepreneurship, the Girl Scouts STEAM committee, and the DISCOVERY Museum education board.