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Camille Dundas

Camille Dundas

Keynote Speaker and Workshop Facilitator Camille Dundas


In 2016, Camille Dundas made a career jump from TV news to tech, becoming a consultant for the global social media management leader, Hootsuite. Camille specializes in digital transformation strategies for public sector organizations including the Government of Canada and the U.S. Federal Government.

Camille is also the editor-in-chief of, Canada’s #1 digital magazine serving Black Canadians. She has been recognized by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for her media activism and has led her team to win two national media awards. She is ranked as one of the top 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women.

Camille is a sought after media expert, having spent 10 years as a news writer and producer for Canadian news programs such as CBC National, CP24 Breaking News and CTV's Canada AM.

Camille’s journalism career and life on the public stage began at an early age, becoming a part-time newspaper columnist at 15 years old. At age 16, she was commissioned to write a biographical poem about Nelson Mandela and was given the opportunity to perform it live and present her work in person to the former South African leader in 1998.

It was after graduating from Carleton University’s journalism program that Camille first put her media and activism to work. Her documentary “Misconceptions” shed light on Rwandan women being denied access to contraceptives, forcing them into motherhood.

Camille remains passionate about women's rights and mentoring underserved groups. She is a prolific public speaker delivering keynotes and workshops across sectors.

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