When the young Camille Hodge, a freshman at the University of California, Berkeley, was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, she wanted to become a cheerleader and become part of the community.
She enrolled in a dance class and became involved with the UC Berkeley dance team.
But it wasn’t long before Hodge realized that there were people in the world who didn’t have diabetes, who were struggling and she didn’t want to be part of that.
She began volunteering in the community and became a mentor to other people with diabetes.
A video that shows her learning to dance and how she uses her skills to change the world for others.