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August 23, 2007

Spratling appointed executive assistant to the president at Birmingham-Southern College

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Camille Spratling, associate director of admission for the Master of Arts and Private Management at BSC, has been appointed executive assistant to the president of Birmingham-Southern College.

Spratling earned a bachelor's degree from Birmingham-Southern, graduating magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Mortar Board in 1998. She earned a master's degree from the college in May of this year when she was awarded the MPPM Dyson-Wagnon Award for achieving the highest grade-point average.

Prior to joining Birmingham-Southern, she served as community action coordinator for Children's Hospital of Alabama, where she organized community initiatives designed to raise awareness and support of the hospital's mission. Prior to that, Spratling worked at the Birmingham Regional Chamber of Commerce, serving consecutively as manager of education and workforce development, manager of international business, and manager of public policy.

Her career also includes a position as the program director of First Look, Inc., a non-profit agency connecting youth to meaningful community service. Her career began in Philadelphia, Pa., where she worked with at-risk youth as a case manager, specialist, and grant writer.

Spratling serves on the board of Operation New Birmingham, Friends of the Railroad District, and Sumatanga Camp & Conference Center. She is a member of the Norton Board of Advisors for Birmingham-Southern College, Youth Leadership Forum's Steering Committee, Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama Roundtable, and the Ballet Guild of Birmingham. She has also served as president of the Central City Neighborhood Association, vice president of the Northside Community, as well as member of the District 54 Advisory Committee.

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