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Camille Eiss

OCCRP Washington
Chief of Global Partnerships and Policy
USA
Camille Eiss is Chief of Global Partnerships and Policy at OCCRP, where she oversees donor, civil society, and policy engagement along with broader mission advancement. She has spent her career working at the intersection of human rights, governance, and international development. Prior to joining OCCRP, she served in the Obama Administration as Senior Advisor for Anti-corruption to the Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Rights, and Labor at the State Department, where she launched a Global Anti-corruption Consortium to accelerate impact in the global fight against corruption. She also served as a Senior Policy Advisor and Strategic Communications Advisor at USAID, where she coordinated agency positions in UN negotiations of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Previously, Camille was founding Policy Director of the Truman National Security Project; editor of the political rights and civil liberties survey Freedom in the World and analyst for Freedom of the Press at Freedom House; and Associate Managing Editor of The Washington Quarterly, a journal of geopolitics at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. She holds degrees in history and government from Georgetown University and the London School of Economics.