Cameron Robb currently serves as the Senior Director of Business Development with the Greater Phoenix Economic Council. She is responsible for sourcing and nurturing new business expansion and relocation leads, qualified prospects, and for delivering GPEC’s core services to the highest standard in line with the GPEC mission to attract and grow quality businesses and to advocate for Greater Phoenix’s competitiveness. She is passionate about her local community and supporting the arts.
Cameron served 17 years of her career in higher education and most recently worked as the Associate Director for Employer Relations at ASU. She engaged in research, development, identification and cultivation of potential employers for students and graduates of the W. P. Carey School of Business through the Business Career Services Center. Additionally, she managed a high-performing team responsible for all recruitment and engagement events across 55+ majors and programs, as well as a comprehensive Alumni & Professional Mentorship program with over 1,500 members. Cameron’s success was built on the enhancement of collaborative public and private partnerships, and the identification of strategic opportunities for multiple stakeholders to allow mutual benefit across industry.
She is a 2009 graduate of the M.A. Education in Instructional Leadership from Argosy University and a 2008 graduate of the B.A. English degree from Ottawa University. She was also certified to teach secondary education in the state of Arizona. Before Cameron entered a career in higher ed, she lived and worked in New York City to pursue an acting career, as a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She was born a native to Phoenix, Arizona and has also lived in Los Angeles, California. Cameron served a full term as the Secretary for the Board of the AZ Diversity Council, and is a contributor and volunteer for the Valley of the Sun United Way. Additionally, Cameron advocates for women in business issues through the Forté Foundation, National Association of Women MBA, and as an advisor for the SheLEADS program through AWEE/A New Leaf.