Cameron Trimble

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Cameron Trimble is a communications and marketing professional with more than a decade of experience leading communications strategy and developing targeted marketing campaigns across several industries. He has excelled at growing brands and crafting messaging that have kept his clients at the pulse of current culture. At Precision, Cameron provides communications strategy to corporate and non-profit organizations as well as national advocacy campaigns.

Prior to joining Precision, Cameron 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. His team harnessed the unprecedented interest and excitement in the museum’s opening to generate a constant flow of positive national and international news stories. As a public affairs team lead, he positioned the museum and its curators as African American cultural thought leaders in academia and across media platforms.

Cameron spent several cycles in Congress leading the communication team for the Ranking Member of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. There he developed media events, crafted national communications campaigns that led to legislative victories, and consistently positioned the committee and its ranking member in the national media to elevate their work in the science and technology fields. Cameron was an active staff leader serving on the executive boards of the Democratic Communicators Network (DCNET) and the Congressional Black Associates.

Cameron is a native of Cleveland, Ohio, an active alumni leader for Howard University and serves on the board of the Men of Color in Communications professional organization.

Social media must-follow:

@NMAAHC

Article everyone should read:

Before ‘Black Panther,’ there was John Lewis by Jonathan Capehart

Favorite app:

Acorns

Cameron Trimble

Principal

Connect: Twitter Email

Social media must-follow:

@NMAAHC

Article everyone should read:

Before ‘Black Panther,’ there was John Lewis by Jonathan Capehart

Favorite app:

Acorns

Cameron Trimble is a communications and marketing professional with more than a decade of experience leading communications strategy and developing targeted marketing campaigns across several industries. He has excelled at growing brands and crafting messaging that have kept his clients at the pulse of current culture. At Precision, Cameron provides communications strategy to corporate and non-profit organizations as well as national advocacy campaigns.

Prior to joining Precision, Cameron 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. His team harnessed the unprecedented interest and excitement in the museum’s opening to generate a constant flow of positive national and international news stories. As a public affairs team lead, he positioned the museum and its curators as African American cultural thought leaders in academia and across media platforms.

Cameron spent several cycles in Congress leading the communication team for the Ranking Member of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. There he developed media events, crafted national communications campaigns that led to legislative victories, and consistently positioned the committee and its ranking member in the national media to elevate their work in the science and technology fields. Cameron was an active staff leader serving on the executive boards of the Democratic Communicators Network (DCNET) and the Congressional Black Associates.

Cameron is a native of Cleveland, Ohio, an active alumni leader for Howard University and serves on the board of the Men of Color in Communications professional organization.

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