Camas grew up in Salem, Oregon where she participated in marching and concert bands, and was a member of the National Honor Society. After graduation, she moved to Eugene to attend the Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon where she majored in Human Physiology and Spanish. While at the U of O, she helped conduct research about physical therapy and children with Cerebral Palsy.
After graduating from the U of O, Camas moved to Hillsboro to pursue the Doctoral program of Physical Therapy at Pacific University. She completed clinical rotations in Oregon and Washington where she worked in a variety of settings including skilled nursing, outpatient orthopedic, and pediatric. She volunteered for a number of activities while attending Pacific University including Stroke Camp NW, and the PALS program designed to encourage activity in obese children.
Camas returned to her hometown in 2012 to practice as a Physical Therapist, where she has continued her clinical education in manual therapy. Her clinical interests include treating children, chronic pain, and general orthopedics. Camas is fluent in Spanish and has traveled to Central and South America. In her free time she enjoys spending time outside with her husband and young son.