Camille is a Civil Engineer-in-Training with experience in one- and two- dimensional hydraulic modeling, FEMA floodplain mapping, dam break simulations, hydraulic structure design, and stormwater management. She has a background in hydrology, geology, and environmental fluid mechanics. At Balance, she contributes hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, GIS, and CAD design in collaboration with state and federal agencies and other stakeholders. In addition to her design and modeling work, Ms. Pauley conducts fieldwork: streamflow and sediment gaging, site reconnaissance, and surveying. She is currently working towards her professional licensure in Civil Engineering. When she’s not in the office, Camille is most likely hiking with her dog or falling off her skateboard.

  • Certified Floodplain Manager US-22-12197
  • B.S., Environmental Engineering, Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, 2021
  • B.A., Engineering Sciences modified with Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, 2021
  • Sanders Moraga Creek Restoration Design, Moraga, Contra Costa County, California
  • Redwood Creek Floodplain Restoration, Marin County, California
  • Dam Inundation Studies, Various ​Counties, California
  • Rosales, Andres; Christo, Evan; Ocalvey, Keoni; Drake, Chris; Cochran, Savannah; and Pauley, Camille, "Warner Rail Trail" (2021). ENGS 89/90 Reports. 29.

Hiking, reading, 3D printing, weightlifting, eating, and watching movies.

The Bourne Trilogy - "Bourne Identity", "Bourne Supremacy", and "Bourne Ultimatum

"One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel García Márquez