IDSA Women in Design presents Fireside chat with Cameron Campbell
Please join Ti Chang of Crave + IDSA hosting an intimate fireside chat with Cameron Campbell.
From Ti: As we are winding down the year 2015, I want to do a special event that expresses my gratitude for this community of women in design. Cameron has been a particularly inspiring figure whose design ethos transcend all boundaries and as importantly she believes in giving back to the design community.
Cameron Campbell, Chief Intangibles And Strategy Officer, Proef
As Chief Intangibles and Strategy Officer, Cameron works closely with clients and colleagues to create strategies that engage consumers, establish employee culture, build brand awareness and drive business growth. In 17 years of building brand and product strategies, she has worked with such notable clients as the Boeing Company, History Channel, Herman Miller, Apple, Nike and BMW/MINI. She prefers to take a collaborative approach to her work, knowing that breakthroughs are born of multiple perspectives. She is adept at creating an integrated whole from many individual parts and is passionate about defining interdisciplinary teams, identifying user needs, developing brand and product DNAs, and envisioning ideas for new behaviors, products, experiences and services. Cameron also believes it’s important to be involved in the community whether teaching a strategy class at the local design school, jurying a design competition or applying her experience and skills to nonprofit organizations to help create better places to work, learn and live.
"I’m greatly inspired by the Madleine Albright quote 'There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.' Working in any career as a women is difficult enough. In design, as women, we have the ability to bring diversity in listening, thinking and solving to any of the programs we are working – and with that we need to keep our voices strong in this industry. I’m personally empowered whenever I have the opportunity to discuss design with other women. I recognize learn something new through every conversation. I grow emotionally. I am inspired by the great women in design yesterday and today who remind me to stay connected and real - from Lina Bo Bardi, Florence Knoll, Ray Eames and Lella Vignelli to Ayse Birsel, Hella Jongerius, Patricia Urquiola and Jeanne Gang. I want all of us to feel we can carry on this amazing legacy." -Cameron Campbell
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