Traditional journalism dictates a clear line between reporting and advocacy. At the same time, strategic alliances between those tackling corruption are essential to drive real change. Partnerships li...
Camille Eiss joined OCCRP in 2017 and is chief of global partnerships and policy. She leads strategic planning, new partnership development, and a global team that drives strategic engagement with civil society, governments, philanthropy, and the public to support independent media and advance accountability around the world.
From 2012 to 2017, Camille served in the Obama administration as senior adviser on anti-corruption to the assistant secretary of state for democracy, rights, and labor and as a senior policy and strategic communications adviser on a range of humanitarian, international development, and governance issues at USAID. She spearheaded and launched the Global Anti-Corruption Consortium, a partnership that combines investigative journalism and advocacy to advance reform, accountability, and justice. She served on the Steering Committee of the Open Government Partnership, coordinated USAID engagement in UN negotiations of the Sustainable Development Goals, and led crisis communications in response to a series of Level 3 humanitarian emergencies.
Camille is the founding policy director of the Truman National Security Project, where she spent three years building a national movement for security policy rooted in the protection of human rights, democracy, and global security. She served as an analyst and editor of Freedom in the World, Freedom House’s global survey of political rights and civil liberties, and as associate managing editor of The Washington Quarterly at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Camille is also a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She holds degrees from Georgetown University and the London School of Economics and is based in Washington, D.C.