Ms. Camp receiver undergraduate degrees in history and sociology, a Master's degree from Washburn University, and a Certificate in Genealogy from Brigham Young University. She is a founder and President of the Kansas Network to Freedom; founder and Board Member of the Brown vs Board Sumner Legacy Trust; and founder and President of the Kansas Chapter of AAHGS. Ms. Camp has served as National Vice President and President of National AAHGS. In 2013, she wrote African American Topeka, a book on 150 years of African American history in Topeka, Kansas. The book was published by Arcadia Publishers, as part of its Image of America Series. Ms. Camp is currently the Genealogy Librarian at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library. She teaches genealogy and history classes across the country.
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