Ivonne F. Cameron
Entrepreneur, Business, and Public Speaker in Washington, DC
Hello, welcome to my page. I have spent over fifteen years in the marketplace as the President, CEO or Associate Director of several notable non and for-profit organizations. I am currently the CEO of ISE International LLC, President of Think Outside The Box LLC and these companies provide strategic global health, business development and management consulting services domestically as well as internationally.
I have also launched RRM Media Production company and host, Art of Femininity Radio addressing professional, business and personal issues for women. As a serial entrepreneur, I was the Co-Founder and Board Chair of the Third Millennium Health Insurance COOP of DC, a $92M health insurance company headquartered in Washington, DC and also responsible for launching other start-up companies. I work across different industries that range from health care, energy, community development and consumer products. I work with business owners of startups, small to mid-sized businesses from concept through launch and throughout operations and beyond.
I have also served as an Associate Professor at Howard University. With considerable experience in domestic and public policy, I was chosen as a Fellow with the Harvard University Policy Institute and have consulted on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC as a Senior Policy Fellow.
I also love to write and have written extensive articles, issue briefs, manuals, reports and publications, appeared on local radio and been featured in news specials, documentaries seen on major news outlets addressing a broad range of health and social issues. My work has been published in peer-reviewed journals both in the U.S. and internationally. As a technical writer for federal agencies, I've completed interesting contractual work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Housing and Urban Development.
Working with countries including Great Britain, Bosnia/Herzegovina, the Republic of Georgia and Dubai I have addressed specific diseases, health care programs and system improvement initiatives.
My non-profit career in the marketplace has been dedicated to serving "marginalized" populations. As a result of this work, I was nominated as a White House Champion of Change in 2013 and was honored as a Community Leader in Who’s Who of Washington, DC. I have several degrees and certifications from Slippery Rock University, Concordia College and Rutgers University.