Camille Dundas


Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Inc

Camille Dundas is the co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Canada’s largest Black online magazine She has led her team to win three national ethnic media awards and a certificate of recognition from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Camille has also been named among the top 100 Black Canadian Accomplished Women. 

Camille is one of Canada’s most requested racial equity educators, having worked with the Government of Canada and global companies such as Google and KPMG Financial, helping to implement anti racism and allyship education programs. 

Camille is also the founder and Principal Educator at The IDEA Practice, a corporate education firm that brings together a group of 7 expert facilitators to deliver Canada’s first corporate micro-credential certificate in diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace via Dalhousie University.