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Camille Q Solberg

director , journalist , free-lance writer

Camille Q. Solberg, freelance/self-employed journalist. Certified Department Public Instruction, Wisconsin, 1997; Achievements included founding a non profit organization to help the Hispanic community nationwide. Recipient Presidential Appointment, President of The United States, 2006. Hispanic adviser Girls Scouts, Wisconsin, 2002—2003; executive board Insight School Wisconsin, Madison, 2009.

Background

Ethnicity: My father was Spanish and Italian. My mother is Spanish and French. Both were born in Puerto Rico, USA.

Camille Q. Solberg was born on October 19, 1966 in Santurce, Puerto Rico. Daughter of Raul Antonio Quiros, Esq. and Brunilda Marina Cedre.

Education

Bachelor, Catholic University America, Washington, 1989; Master in School Guidance, Lakeland College, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 1997.

Career

Drug free communities commissioner, Washington, 2006—2008. Board directors United States Council Puerto Rico Statehood.

Achievements

  • Certified Department Public Instruction, Wisconsin, 1997. Achievements include founding a non profit organization to help the Hispanic community nationwide.

Works

  • Regional Director

    2011
  • Contributor columns in newspapers.

Membership

Hispanic advisor Girls Scouts, Wisconsin, 2002—2003, executive board Insight School Wisconsin, Madison, 2009.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing, singing, travel.

Connections

Daughter of Raul Antonio Quiros and Brunilda Marina Cedre. Married John S. Solberg, August 19, 1989. Children: Olivia Grace, Zachary Stephen, Anna Camille, Marina Esther.

father:
Raul Antonio Quiros

mother:
Brunilda Marina Cedre

spouse:
John S. Solberg

children:
Olivia Grace Solberg

Zachary Stephen Solberg

Anna Camille Solberg

Marina Esther Solberg