Hey there! My name is Camille Eddy

As a Product Engineer and International Public Speaker, I help mission-driven startups build inclusive engineering platforms that scale. And I am a visibility strategist for Women in Engineering and Science!

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Upcoming events and resources to break into the tech pipeline!

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Open Tech Pledge is LIVESign the pledge. Join the movement.

 Open Tech Pledge is working to increase representation of marginalized identities from less than 20% to 50%+ for all levels in tech. When companies sign the pledge, itโ€™s a commitment to taking actual changes to incorporate DEI practices by making sure representation is present. 

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Recognizing Unwanted Bias in TechnologyKeynote & Workshop

This talk and workshop communicates practical steps teams can take to audit and improve their AI practice. From pursuasive use cases, to prominent AI technologists, to pioneering products and toolboxes available to tackle bias in AI. This presentation has travelled around the world and back.

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Build your project experience2 min guide

A lot of students and entry level job seekers struggle with gaining experience to get the job. I put together a list of projects you can build and include in your portfolio! The list includes volunteering for a political group or designing a project for a small tech firm. These are both a project and networking opportunity.

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Recognizing Cultural Bias in AI

"When tackling culture bias in Artificial Intelligence (AI), it is important to understand how much we use AI in our everyday lives. There are quite a few applications, and while they all have different names, a few of them are becoming more familiar to the general public. There are fields such as machine learning, face recognition, computer vision, virtual and augmented reality. unc."

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Recognizing Cultural Bias in AI

"Growing up, Camille Eddy wanted to be an astronaut. She went to space camp, loved Star Trek, and was even mentored by former NASA mission specialist Barbara Morgan. Part of being an astronaut, Eddy discovered, involved developing STEM skills. So she began programming at age 12, started her own web design business at age 17, and went to Boise State University in Idaho to major in mechanical engineering. While most college students rely on loans or parental support to pay for their university housing, Eddy used the profits from her web design business. "

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Building a Robotics Career and the Impact of Mentorship with Camille Eddy (S7E8)

"When tackling culture bias in Artificial Intelligence (AI), it is important to understand how much we use AI in our everyday lives. There are quite a few applications, and while they all have different names, a few of them are becoming more familiar to the general public. There are fields such as machine learning, face recognition, computer vision, virtual and augmented reality. unc."

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What my amazing clients have said...

  • "Camille is super experienced in landing internships and negotiating offers. Definitely a good person to talk to when making career decisions. Her advice not only helps to bump up that salary but also helps to save money when it comes to utilizing student/intern resources for relocation."

    Lydia
  • "Camille has given me a lot of professional and personal advice throughout the 2 years of friendship. She has given me professional drive when I was greatly lacking and showed me perspectives of engineering and manufacturing from a neglected viewpoint. Overall, Camille has been a friend that has challenged me as an engineer and pushed me to improve myself in every way."

    Khari Amos
  • "Camille was AMAZING. This was one of the best investments I've made in my life and I feel so much more confident about my upcoming internship. Thank you so much Camille God bless :) "

    Sabrina
  • "This consult was so informative!! I learned so much in just 45min and I feel so much better equipped to start my career in tech!! Thank you ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–"

    Ceora
  • "As always, Camille is very insightful and provides a keen eye on detail regarding your resume and work experience. She does this to bring out your best qualities when you network."

    Natalie Aguilar
  • "Camille is really informative and super helpful! She really listens to you and goes above and beyond of what you expected. Plus sheโ€™s really friendly and funny so it felt like I already knew her! Iโ€™m so glad we met and I definitely recommend her!!!"

    Arianna
  • "Camille is amazing! She candidly shared her experiences, and I found her advice to be refreshing compared to the regular cookie-cutter advice normally given. Her insights will help you elevate your career to the next level, no matter what stage of your career you are at."

    Bonnie Liu