Associate Vice President of Strategy and Planning,
and Director of Title III Programs
Camilya Robertson is the associate vice president of strategy and planning and diretor of Title III programs at Morehouse College. She is responsible for helping the College meet strategic objectives, results, and outcomes by establishing a consistent, best-in-class, strategic enterprise approach for enterprise change management and organizational effectiveness in order to increase employee adoption and usage while minimizing resistance. By working closely with leadership teams, she builds organizational capacity, drives the adoption and implementation of project and program management methodology, and oversees project and program management coaching. In particular, she focuses on the people side of change to evolve business processes, systems and technology, job roles, and organization structures to ensure faster adoption rate, higher utilization, and greater proficiency, and increased benefit realization. Robertson also leads the Morehouse College Office of Title III, which ensures the proper management of federal grants to strengthen academic, administrative, and fiscal capabilities.
Robertson has more almost two decades of leadership experience within educational institutions with a focus on operational excellence, fiscal accountability and governance/compliance. Prior to her current role at Morehouse, she served as an associate director, senior program analyst, and budget coordinator. Prior to joining the Morehouse administration, she was a grant manager at the Morehouse School of Medicine, supporting the chairman of the Department of Surgery by managing all federal and sponsored awards. Previously, she was a financial analyst at Emory University, providing guidance on sponsored research awards of more than $17 million, developing budgets for grant applications, and developing financial projections.
Robertson earned a Master of Science Management from Troy University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in information systems from DeVry University. She also earned a project management certificate from Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a member of the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), National Association of HBCU Title III Administration, Inc., National Grant Management Association (NGMA), and Grants Professional Association (GPA).