While studying for both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree at Monroe, Kameil achieved the highest academic honors throughout her programs. In 2009 while studying for her MBA, Kameil was honored by the National Black MBA Association for her academic excellence.
Kameil strongly believes in keeping life in balance and as such she was actively involved in student activities on campus. She was a member of the National Black MBA Association, National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) and Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) organizations. She was very active in SIFE and was a presenter in the 2006 SIFE Regional competition where Monroe College was awarded first place. She was also honored by this organization for her outstanding leadership qualities. Kameil also represented the College at the National Black MBA of Greater Connecticut and Westchester Chapter’s first Case competition at which her team placed second.
Kameil has worked at the college in the Office of Student Services, the Business and Accounting Department and in the Office of the Executive Vice President. Each experience allowed her an opportunity to grow not only personally, but also professionally. She was able to learn and impart the knowledge and expertise she acquired from her previous experiences and prepare herself for the new position she now holds as the Assistant Registrar on the New Rochelle campus.
Kameil is now working assiduously to create and maintain a strong Registrar Department that ensures the continued success of our students as they transition through their academic programs.
To all Monroe graduates she encourages them to aim high, think positively and network; it is all worth it in the end!