Camille Dundas

Camille Dundas

Keynote Speaker, Workshop Facilitator

Camille spent almost 10 years working as a journalist in national television news, telling stories for Canadians around the country, whether they were watching on TV or following via social. In 2017, she took a leap into the tech industry to become a senior consultant with Hootsuite. Now she does a different kind of storytelling, traveling North America speaking about how social media is transforming the way we live and do business.

Camille is also the editor-in-chief of ByBlacks.com, Canada's #1 online magazine for 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. Fighting stereotypes and racism is her personal purpose, and Camille frequently speaks at conferences and events on the topic of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Speaker at #WeAreMore - Expanding Inclusion Through Intersectionality