Camille Blake Fall
Chief of Administration
Camille Blake Fall is an accomplished government relations attorney with more than 20 years’ experience implementing federal law and policy, cultivating public/private stakeholder communications and identifying and implementing best practices.
Before joining the Office of the State’s Attorney, Ms. Blake Fall served as an attorney with the Office of the General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). In this capacity, she counseled the HHS General Counsel, Deputy General Counsels and other senior HHS staff on a wide-range of programmatic and legal issues impacting the streamlined administration of federal healthcare programs.
Prior to her tenure with HHS, Ms. Blake Fall clerked for several entities including The National Association of Attorneys General, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the D.C. Office of the Corporation Counsel.
In addition, Ms. Blake Fall served as a Victim/Witness Advocate for the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office in Dedham, Massachusetts. As an advocate, she provided support to victims of hate crimes during the criminal trial process, helped survivors of domestic violence obtain restraining orders, counseled survivors about battered women’s syndrome and the cycle of violence associated with spousal/partner abuse, advocated for victims’ rights within the community, and worked to address the specific needs of victims.