Director

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, Blue Yonder, 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.

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work!

Prior to COVID, I would have told you collaboration is sitting around a conference room table and utilizing a whiteboard to brainstorm — whether for upcoming customer advisory board meeting topics, volunteering opportunities or what the next client team call should entail. However, if you take that whiteboarding exercise and conference room out of the equation, what are you left with? Your team.

January, Where Did You Go?

I once considered January to be a sort of “regroup” month. I had some extra time to dig out from emails that I received during the holidays, look ahead to what was on the horizon for the coming weeks and plan accordingly. That was then and those were different, pre-pandemic times.

Tackling the Talent and Skills Conundrum via Customer Advisory Boards

Before COVID, we would often hear from business leaders about the challenges they faced surrounding talent and resources. Executives were seeking peer advice on how to invest in current employees to keep skills fresh and up to date. They wondered if new entrants in the market had the more creative, innovative skills needed. And, they wanted to understand the best way to reskill employees — through in-house training, external partners or a combination of both.

Dolly Parton and Customer Advisory Boards….Totally Relatable!

Country music has never been my thing. New age / pop country, maybe sort of, but music by the likes of Dolly Parton did not appeal to me. Simply put, it wasn’t relatable. However, that quickly changed when our Farland Group President, Jane Hiscock, mentioned a podcast about Dolly Parton (full disclosure she wasn’t a big Dolly fan before the Podcast either).