Camilla Webster

Camilla’s international broadcast and new media career has spanned the newsroom to the boardroom, the White House to Baghdad, Davos to TEDx, 60 Minutes to The Wall Street Journal and The Clinton Global Initiative to the United Nations.

She has dedicated her career to raising awareness on the most challenging issues impacting our world today. 

Camilla is the co-founder of Mon Jamii, an educational think-tank with a mission to build a sense of global citizenship in today's youth. Mon Jamii's first project, The Class Field Trip, will offer a video series and curriculum of virtual field trips from around the world with a unique lens for kids, by kids. Using the most progressive technology in live streaming, production and virtual reality, Mon Jamii will be creating educational programs to prepare young people to navigate important subjects on our hyper-connected planet.

Camilla also co-founded New York Natives, a globally replicable media company that curates the experience of city life from multiple perspectives. While entertaining its core urban, affluent and educated audience by tapping the native intelligence of its contributors, New York Natives also provides primary source experiences on historical current events. As CEO, Camilla continues to develop the business into a revenue generating media force with a multi-million dollar valuation, funding and a global expansion plan. 

After beginning her media career at CBS’s 60 Minutes Camilla spent the next ten years as a news producer, editor and a senior producer for Fox News and CBS News, covering current events from TWA Flight 800 to The War on Terror and the 2008 financial crisis on Wall Street.  Turning her focus to business and financial news she became a producer of the popular TV show MarketWatch Weekend on CBS, helped launch the first video platform on WSJ.com and developed series on CNBC Business News like Power & Money on private equity. As a contributing guest and broadcast editor representing The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones at CNBC, she positioned hundreds of stories for live programming on breaking news, investment banking, hedge funds, venture capital and private equity.

In 2007, Camilla became Forbes’ broadcast and online anchor, landing exclusives with Christine Lagarde on the future of the IMF and Google’s Sergey Brin on his early experience of Google maps. She connected the leading innovative voices of our time in business and philanthropy including Richard Branson, Boone Pickens and Doris Buffett. She wrote columns with renowned economist Nouriel Roubini and represented Forbes at The World Economic Forum in Davos and The Clinton Global Initiative in New York.

Motivated to educate women on their growing wealth and power in the 21st century, She co-authored the award winning best-seller The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom. Her ForbesWoman column on the book topics' garnered as many as 20,000 views and WSJ.com called it a "pioneering book." After the book’s publication, Camilla was an invited to participate in the first White House Tweetup Briefing in history with White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on The American Jobs Act. 

Camilla’s international broadcast and new media career has spanned the newsroom to the boardroom, the White House to Baghdad, Davos to TEDx, 60 Minutes to The Wall Street Journal and The Clinton Global Initiative to the United Nations.

She has dedicated her career to raising awareness on the most challenging issues impacting our world today. 

Camilla is the co-founder of Mon Jamii, an educational think-tank with a mission to build a sense of global citizenship in today's youth. Mon Jamii's first project, The Class Field Trip, will offer a video series and curriculum of virtual field trips from around the world with a unique lens for kids, by kids. Using the most progressive technology in live streaming, production and virtual reality, Mon Jamii will be creating educational programs to prepare young people to navigate important subjects on our hyper-connected planet.

Camilla also co-founded New York Natives, a globally replicable media company that curates the experience of city life from multiple perspectives. While entertaining its core urban, affluent and educated audience by tapping the native intelligence of its contributors, New York Natives also provides primary source experiences on historical current events. As CEO, Camilla continues to develop the business into a revenue generating media force with a multi-million dollar valuation, funding and a global expansion plan. 

After beginning her media career at CBS’s 60 Minutes Camilla spent the next ten years as a news producer, editor and a senior producer for Fox News and CBS News, covering current events from TWA Flight 800 to The War on Terror and the 2008 financial crisis on Wall Street.  Turning her focus to business and financial news she became a producer of the popular TV show MarketWatch Weekend on CBS, helped launch the first video platform on WSJ.com and developed series on CNBC Business News like Power & Money on private equity. As a contributing guest and broadcast editor representing The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones at CNBC, she positioned hundreds of stories for live programming on breaking news, investment banking, hedge funds, venture capital and private equity.

In 2007, Camilla became Forbes’ broadcast and online anchor, landing exclusives with Christine Lagarde on the future of the IMF and Google’s Sergey Brin on his early experience of Google maps. She connected the leading innovative voices of our time in business and philanthropy including Richard Branson, Boone Pickens and Doris Buffett. She wrote columns with renowned economist Nouriel Roubini and represented Forbes at The World Economic Forum in Davos and The Clinton Global Initiative in New York.

Motivated to educate women on their growing wealth and power in the 21st century, She co-authored the award winning best-seller The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom. Her ForbesWoman column on the book topics' garnered as many as 20,000 views and WSJ.com called it a "pioneering book." After the book’s publication, Camilla was an invited to participate in the first White House Tweetup Briefing in history with White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on The American Jobs Act.