Manager

Camille has more than ten years of experience in communications, television and media, including writing and behind-the-scenes roles at multiple major TV networks in the Boston area. She applies her communications and organizational leadership skills to her role at Farland Group where she works on clients IBM, JDA, Huawei and MITRE.

For fun:
Camille is an enthusiastic long-distance runner who enjoys spending time with her family and traveling to New York.

Education:
Camille has a BA in broadcast journalism from Hofstra University and is a certified legal video specialist.

Leveraging Virtual for Customer Advisory Boards

In recent weeks and the health crisis that is COVID-19, the power of virtual meetings has never been so clear. Farland Group already uses virtual sessions to engage customer advisory board clients in-between the in-person meetings, and given the current environment, most (if not all) of our upcoming customer advisory board sessions are continuing on — in a virtual setting.

What Makes a Customer Advisory Board Unique and Effective?

As you look to what your priorities are for the future — whether for the rest of this year or next, or five years on the horizon, have you wondered whether you’re making the right decisions? Is your strategy for X, Y, Z sound, and if not, how should you tweak it? How can one gather outside perspectives, advice and feedback that are unbiased? Maybe, starting a customer advisory board is the right answer.

Some Organizations are Focusing on Sustainability, and Customer Advisory Boards Can Help

How organizations can help build a sustainable environment, and on a global scale, has been front and center over the last year. We see it on the news, when reading online content, and we hear it from clients in our work at Farland Group — sustainability has increasingly become a topic of interest for many on our customer advisory boards.

What Drives You During the Holidays?

As we are full force into the holiday season, I want to ask, what drives you? Whether as a business owner or employee, what is it that makes you get up in the morning, head to work and want to do a good job? It’s a question that anyone can answer, and for me the answer is easy — my kids.

Still Afraid of AI? Don’t Be!

In a previous post, I discussed how it’s difficult to pinpoint the number of jobs that automation or AI will steal from humans. And, that employees’ fear of their duties being diminished or scaled back is partly due to a lack of knowledge about the technology.

Is Security a Top Priority for You, and Your Business?

In our work at Farland Group, we talk to many different types of business leaders — CIOs, CTOs, EVPs, you name it. During our discussions, we ask them to prioritize topics and security is often top of mind. There are many reasons for the importance placed on security —the threat landscape is always changing, hackers are becoming more creative, vast amounts of data make it difficult to predict attacks, and the list goes on.