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Camille Stewart Joins Girl Security Board of Directors

Girl Security is honored to welcome Camille Stewart as the newest member of its Board of Directors.

Camille Stewart is an attorney whose perspective on complex technology, cyber, and national security, and foreign policy issues has landed her in significant roles at leading government and private sector companies like the Department of Homeland Security and Google. Camille is Head of Security Policy for Google Play and Android where she leads cybersecurity, privacy, election integrity, and misinformation policy efforts. Prior to Google, Camille managed cybersecurity, election security, tech innovation, and risk issues at Deloitte. Camille was appointed by President Barack Obama the Senior Policy Advisor for Cyber Infrastructure & Resilience Policy at the Department of Homeland Security. She was the Senior Manager of Legal Affairs at Cyveillance, a cybersecurity company after working on Capitol Hill. 

“Camille’s commitment to empowering girls and young women in national security and her remarkable cross-cutting experience will add important direction and value to Girl Security. She is a remarkable role model for girls and women,” said Lauren Bean Buitta, Girl Security Founder and CEO. Camille has contributed to Girl Security’s programming as a panelist, mentor, and expert.

Camille is a Truman National Security Fellow, and Council on Foreign Relations Term Member.  Camille is the co-Founder of Diversity in National Security Network, on the Board of Women of Color Advancing Peace & Security and the founder of the Cybersecurity & Emerging Tech working group. She is also leading a project with a DC think tank addressing the exfiltration of sensitive technology and IP through the courts. You can find out more about Camille and her current projects at and follow her on Twitter @CamilleEsq.