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Managing Director, Entrepreneurship, UBC Okanagan (e@UBCO)
Cell 250.300.5254 | email@example.com | Innovation UBC Hub | #203-460 Doyle Ave
Camille is an experienced leader of disruptive start-ups and a global expert in innovation ecosystem development. She is passionate about creating healthy, sustainable, resilient communities and inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Camille recently returned to Canada after two decades in California where she led two successful technology companies (MD Revolution and Malama Composites) and ran CONNECT, an organization credited over several decades for helping to establish San Diego as one of the leading biotech/tech economies in the world and for fostering 50 accelerators across the globe.
Camille also co-founded Wireless Life Science Alliance and served as its President for six years. She is a former board member of BIOCOM, California’s life sciences trade organization, and former Vice-Chair of the San Diego Telecom Council (now EvoNexus), California’s most successful non-profit start-up tech incubator.
Find out what brought Camille to the Okanagan in the March/April 2018 issue of Boulevard magazine.
Program Facilitator, Entrepreneurship, UBC Okanagan (e@UBCO)
Cell 250.869.9718 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Innovation UBC Hub | #203-460 Doyle Ave
Sarah manages the execution of e@UBCO’s Mentor 2 Market program and provides ongoing mentorship and guidance to UBCO entrepreneurs. She is focused on growing the e@UBCO community and supports the Managing Director in program development and delivery.
As a designated Chartered Professional of Human Resources, Sarah has spent many years as an advisor, building and shaping the HR departments of businesses spanning a variety of industries – from small start-ups to large, national corporations.
Sarah has extensive knowledge in HR strategy and top talent acquisition and is passionate about designing positive employee experiences that shape, influence and inspire company culture.
She has won numerous company awards for her work in this area and now enjoys coaching young entrepreneurs on the benefits of developing a positive workplace culture, as the build and grow their ventures.
Sarah also serves as Board Director and Head of HR for the Arts Council of the Central Okanagan.