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Precision Appoints Cameron Trimble As Executive Vice President
Newly-Created Position Will Build Integrated Client Strategies that Create Meaningful Engagements with Communities of Color
Precision today announced Cameron Trimble has joined the agency as an Executive Vice President based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He will work across Precision’s communications, digital, organizing and campaign management, and paid media teams to drive an integrated focus for clients seeking to create an impact with and for diverse audiences.
Prior to joining Precision, Trimble served as White House Director of Digital Engagement where he worked to further the Biden Administration’s agenda through new media and digital channels. In this role, he created strategies for reaching the American people by working with leading digital media publications, celebrities, and influencers. He was previously Deputy Digital Director for the 2020 Presidential Inaugural Committee, after having served as National Director of African American Paid Media for the Biden For President campaign. During the campaign, Trimble made record breaking advances in Black voter outreach, managing the largest-ever Black voter program and the largest-ever advertising investment in Black-owned media in presidential campaign history. His work helped drive record Black voter turnout across the United States.
“Cameron is an innovative leader who has a proven track record for reaching communities that are too often overlooked,” said Precision partners Stephanie Cutter, Teddy Goff, and Mike Spahn. “He knows how to deploy all of the tools in our media landscape to engage citizens with an impactful message, and to drive them to take action. His work helped build voter engagement programs that created, and then broke records time after time. We welcome Cameron back to Precision and look forward to working with him as he brings his knowledge to support our clients at this time of change.”
“Precision is committed to including a broad range of perspectives, experiences and voices throughout the work we do for our clients. This makes our campaigns even stronger while ensuring that our work is more inclusive, representative, and culturally resonant,” added Cutter, Goff and Spahn.
“I am excited for the opportunity to work with the industry’s top experts and leading creative minds at Precision to expand our work with, and impact on diverse communities,” said Trimble. “Ensuring that we are centering our strategies around the authentic voices and cultures of the communities we are engaging with will be paramount for the work we are doing.”
Trimble is a 15-year political communications industry veteran. Prior to the Biden campaign, he was a Principal on Precision’s communications team, and the Senior Public Affairs Director for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. Trimble earlier served as the communications director for Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX). In 2018, Cameron co-founded the Men of Color in Communication organization to help expand the c-suite pipeline for men of color in the communications industry.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Trimble is a graduate of Howard University.