Camille Moody McCue, PhD serves as the Director of Curriculum Innovations on the leadership team of the Adelson Educational Campus in Las Vegas. She designs and implements new curriculum initiatives schoolwide, most recently helming the development of a new, 5000 square feet, state-of-the-art Startup Incubator, as well as college-to-career majors in the Upper School. In collaboration with faculty, she emphasizes the role of the Incubator and the school's one-to-world device paradigm to teach an interdisciplinary coding, maker, and design curriculum.
Always energized by her daily connection with students, Camille currently teaches AP Computer Science courses in the Upper School. She has previously instructed everything from Future Cities engineering and physics to financial math and AP Statistics. During the summer, Camille serves as the Curriculum Director for Spark Skill.
Camille earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics (University of Texas at Austin), and her graduate degrees, including her Doctor of Philosophy degree, in curriculum and instruction (University of Nevada, Las Vegas). She has worked in teaching, technology, and television for companies including IBM, NASA, and PBS. A longtime Dummies author, Camille is currently writing her tenth Dummies book, Coding for Kids (2nd ed.).
In 2016, VEGAS INC. and Cox Business awarded her the Tech Exec Lifetime Achievement award. She was recently recognized via social media by Congresswoman Jacky Rosen (D-NV) celebrating Women in STEM.