Cameron McCosh is a communications and marketing strategist. She is the founder of Herz.Works—a creative communications agency for anti-racist, mission-based businesses and organizations.
Cameron earned her Master’s Degree in Public Policy from American University; after which she helped launch an economic policy think tank in Washington, DC. As COO, she led organizational strategy and managed policy and communications teams advocating for a price on carbon. The National Journal named her one of Washington’s Most Influential Women in 2013 in recognition of her leadership.
In 2014, Cameron was awarded a fellowship with the Robert Bosch Foundation, and spent the year researching German female entrepreneurship and growing her knowledge of European policy and culture. She later served on the Board of the Robert Bosch Foundation Alumni Association as Communications Chair.
Since 2015 she has provided strategic consulting for leading nonprofits and global organizations as they brand, communicate and market.