Cameron Trimble

Executive Vice President

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Cameron C. Trimble is a communications and digital engagement strategist with over 15 years of experience in presidential, congressional, campaign, entertainment and corporate communications. At Precision, Cameron is focused on helping corporate, non-profit, political, and advocacy clients develop and implement multicultural engagement strategies. He has worked with clients across the spectrum from entertainment companies and advocacy organizations to political candidates to execute strategic plans that tap into the pulse of current culture and represent the authentic voices of communities of color. 

Prior to joining Precision, Cameron served as President Biden’s White House director of digital engagement, responsible for reaching the American people across the internet by working with leading digital media publications, celebrities, and digital and social media influencers. Before his White House role, Cameron served as the deputy digital director of the Presidential Inauguration Committee for the first fully virtual Presidential Inauguration of 2021.

During the 2020 presidential campaign, Cameron played a leading role in getting out the Black vote for Joe Biden’s campaign serving as the national director of African American paid media for the Biden for President campaign. He led a record $65 million+ African American outreach and advertising program that resulted in record African American voter turnout around the country. In previous roles, Cameron has also served as the senior public affairs specialist for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture during the museum’s inaugural year. He also spent several cycles in Congress as a communications director. 

Outside of work, Cameron is a popular public speaker and on-air political pundit. He is committed to increasing diversity across the communications industry as the co-founder of the Men of Color in Communctions organization. Cameron is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and a proud graduate of Howard University.

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Article everyone should read:

How Black Americans Saved Biden and American Democracy, by Rashawn Ray

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Cameron Trimble

Executive Vice President

Connect: Email

Social media must-follow:

@EarnYourLeisure

Article everyone should read:

How Black Americans Saved Biden and American Democracy, by Rashawn Ray

Favorite app:

InShot

Cameron C. Trimble is a communications and digital engagement strategist with over 15 years of experience in presidential, congressional, campaign, entertainment and corporate communications. At Precision, Cameron is focused on helping corporate, non-profit, political, and advocacy clients develop and implement multicultural engagement strategies. He has worked with clients across the spectrum from entertainment companies and advocacy organizations to political candidates to execute strategic plans that tap into the pulse of current culture and represent the authentic voices of communities of color. 

Prior to joining Precision, Cameron served as President Biden’s White House director of digital engagement, responsible for reaching the American people across the internet by working with leading digital media publications, celebrities, and digital and social media influencers. Before his White House role, Cameron served as the deputy digital director of the Presidential Inauguration Committee for the first fully virtual Presidential Inauguration of 2021.

During the 2020 presidential campaign, Cameron played a leading role in getting out the Black vote for Joe Biden’s campaign serving as the national director of African American paid media for the Biden for President campaign. He led a record $65 million+ African American outreach and advertising program that resulted in record African American voter turnout around the country. In previous roles, Cameron has also served as the senior public affairs specialist for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture during the museum’s inaugural year. He also spent several cycles in Congress as a communications director. 

Outside of work, Cameron is a popular public speaker and on-air political pundit. He is committed to increasing diversity across the communications industry as the co-founder of the Men of Color in Communctions organization. Cameron is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and a proud graduate of Howard University.

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