Camille Mouton Biography
Ms. Camille Mouton
Camille Mouton, Lamar’s Vice President for University Advancement, graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Business Education from the University of Southwestern Louisiana, now known as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. While an undergraduate, she was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi., Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Tau Delta honor societies. She also served as president of Delta Delta Delta sorority.
Ms. Mouton began her career as an educational representative with IBM. After raising four daughters, she joined Msgr. Kelly High School in 1986 as Director of Development and Director of the Alumni Association, as well as Executive Director of the Msgr. Kelly High School Foundation. During her 11 year tenure, she led three successful capital campaigns.
In 1997 Ms. Mouton became the Director of Development at Lamar University. She served concurrently as the Executive Director of the Lamar University Foundation before becoming Executive Director for University Advancement in 2001. Ms. Mouton was named Vice President for University Advancement in 2004. She is responsible for alumni affairs, development, public relations and marketing, web communication, advancement services, the University Reception Center and Gladys City-Spindletop Museum.
Ms. Mouton is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Beaumont, a member of the Art Museum of Southeast Texas and the Press Club of Southeast Texas. She is a past president of Beaumont's Delta Delta Delta alumnae and has served on the boards of the Rotary Club of Beaumont, St. Anne’s School, Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas, the Keep Beaumont Beautiful Commission, Beaumont Main Street, and the Chamber of Commerce public relations committee. In concert with President Simmons, the campaign cabinet and the development staff, Ms. Mouton is coordinating the $125 million Investing in the Future campaign, which is Lamar University’s first comprehensive campaign.