Camille Eddy is a Product Engineer and International Public Speaker. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Idaho. Camille has given her talk “Recognizing Cultural Bias in AI” across the world, including San Francisco, Washington DC and Budapest; Helping Technical and Non-Technical Project Managers, Founders and Engineering Leads build better products. Finally, she coaches women building online platforms, helping them make a profitable business working on their passion.
My work allows me to create depth and meaning to the design and engineering journey.
Awarded a degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Idaho, a Stanford University Innovation Scholar, National Academy of Engineers Grand Challenge Scholar and Forbes Under 30 scholar
Currently a product engineer at Sector formerly Bloc. Designing workforce playbooks and the future job seeker platform. Employers call me when their work is ready for a platfrom level reach!
Personal Branding and Visibility can be a hard topic for Women in Engineering and Science. Especially when applications are getting in the way or it's taking a long time to find a job which is just the "right fit".
Truthful Conversations about the Future of Technology. We can promote a culturally informed technologist community that understands the evolution of tech is deeply intertwined with creativity and unconscious bias. Since last year we have learned even more of unwanted "bias blind spots" in the tech industry. We can attempt to understand the unfolding story by examining where unwanted bias has filtered through consumer products and where it has impacted our pandemic recovery for months and years to come. Our community's active work in crafting a world with equitable technology is what this talk will highlight. And it will also center the voices of women and women of color, whose technical expertise will take us to new ground with the conversation on bias in technology.