Camilla Karamanlis graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology and Geography from Cal Poly in spring 2014. Over the summer of 2014, she accompanied Dr. Dawn Neill and 3 other students to Fiji, where she conducted ethnographic and geospatial fieldwork for her senior project, exploring the transition from a traditional agricultural diet to a more urbanized diet. She led the research team in collecting pilot GIS data to help understand and visualize geospatial impacts on food choices. She went on to become the GIS Technician for the City of Arroyo Grande in August of 2015. In 2018 she was promoted to Program Analyst, expanding her job duties to include providing administrative, analytical, budgetary, legislative, and GIS support to all City departments, as well as oversee contracts, stormwater programs, and administrative processes, procedures, and programs.