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Camille Stewart is a celebrated attorney and recognized cybersecurity executive, global keynote speaker, and influencer.

Stewart’s forward-thinking strategies in the creation of `security programs designed to assess cyber risks and crises in cross-functional environments have assured the safety of citizens, companies, and government agencies around the world. Prior to joining Google as the Head of Security & Privacy Policy, Stewart managed Deloitte’s Cyber Risk practice working on cybersecurity, election security, tech innovation, and risk issues for DHS, DOD, and other federal agencies. Through her professionalism and leadership in the field, she progressed to serve under the Obama administration as the Senior Policy Advisor for Cyber, Infrastructure & Resilience Policy at the Department of Homeland Security. Her professional achievements earned her recognition from a multitude of entities throughout her career including, the 2019 Cyber Security Women of the Year in the “Barrier Breaker” category, the 2018 New America Black American National Security & Foreign Policy Next Generation Leader, the 2018 National Urban League Cyber Connoisseur Honoree, a 2017 DMV 40 under 40 Trailblazer Awardee, and the 2016 Women in Technology Rising Star Awardee.

With a massive labor shortage in the cybersecurity field, Stewart hopes to uplift and empower entrepreneurs in the industry. She is the founder of the legal consultancy and startup incubator, MarqueLaw, PLLC, and TheDigitalCounselor.com blog which develops and promotes forward-thinking solutions and leaders in cybersecurity. Camille work goes beyond the corporate environment to leading change for the public good. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, GirlSecurity and on the Advisory Board for Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security, & Conflict Transformation (WCAPS).

Camille holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in business from Miami University before attending American University Washington College of Law to earn her Juris Doctorate degree. In 2020 she was also selected to be a part of the Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Cybersecurity Fellowship.

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