Camille is director of strategy for the Internet of Things at Intel, where she focuses on emerging technologies and trends such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, and 5G connectivity. She is credited with starting Intel’s first small business platform, Intel® Small Business Advantage, and transforming one of Intel’s first IoT platforms into a plug and play experience for industrial developers. Before joining Intel, she wrote a book for Stanford University based on in-person interviews with venture capitalists and CEOs from companies including ABB, Chevron, Cisco, HP, Mayfield Partners, Medtronic, and SAP. She has studied at universities in France, England, and Japan, where she wrote an award-winning thesis on the Yakuza. Camille has a BA Cum Laude from Pomona College and an MBA from the University of Michigan. She champions equality for all as co-chair of the Intel Out and Ally Leadership Council, which received Intel’s Achievement Award in 2017 under her leadership. She and her family live in Portland, where she plays the bass in a couple of bands.