Vice President, Office of the CEO & Government Relations
Camille is an eternally-optimistic and purpose-driven leader.
Beginning her career in newsrooms across Alberta, Camille took complex information and translated it into compelling stories. She listened, learned, and loved exploring our province and its people, sharing their moments of pride and sorrow.
Moving on to lead communications and marketing teams for government ministries, she advised senior management and elected officials as a member of the Alberta Public Affairs Bureau. She served in the Emergency Operations Centre for the 2011 Slave Lake wildfire response and the 2013 High River flood response.
Today, Camille leads the Office of the CEO and builds strong relationships across the organization to translate strategy into action. As ATB’s lead for government relations, Camille forms meaningful connections and fosters a strong partnership with ATB’s owner—the Government of Alberta—to position ATB as a catalyst for economic growth in the province.
In her time at ATB, she has also led the Corporate Communications (named 2020 Corporate Communication Department of the Year by International Association of Business Communicators), Strategic Coordination and Economics teams and served as the organization's first-ever Managing Director of Customer Obsession.
Camille is a gifted listener and keen observer who sees patterns and opportunities others may miss. She has a passion for people—connecting with, learning from, and leading them.
Camille holds a Masters of Business Administration. She is an official member of Forbes Communications Council, served as the 2020 ATB Executive Sponsor for the United Way Campaign, and was a member of the 2019 SingularityU Canada Summit Advisory Board. Camille is a two-time recipient of the Premier of Alberta’s Award of Excellence (2010 and 2011), and a Gold Ribbon Award Finalist with the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (2008).