The Tennessee Business Roundtable (“the Roundtable”) announced today that Camille Johnson has joined the organization’s staff in the new role of Manager of Communications and Stakeholder Engagement.
“This role is crucial to the advancement of the Tennessee Business Roundtable and to achieving our organization’s vision for Tennessee,” said Roundtable President Pat Sheehy. “Camille’s experience in public service and public engagement equips her well to help lift our Roundtable’s voice as it seeks to become the most respected and influential policy voice for Tennessee’s business community,” he added. “We are excited to welcome Camille to our team.”
Johnson brings expertise in governmental communications and public relations to the Roundtable from the City of Jacksonville, FL, where she served Mayor Lenny Curry and the city’s residents as Public Information Officer and Social Media Specialist. In those roles, Johnson managed social media platforms and disseminated information to all levels of city government, external agencies, and the public.
“I am honored to join the Tennessee Business Roundtable,” said Johnson, who began her new role with the organization on July 26. “I look forward to helping this respected organization achieve its strategic goals by enhancing and extending our communications and outreach efforts.”
Johnson’s prior professional roles include communications and administrative work in the Senate Majority Office of the Florida Senate. She graduated cum laude from Florida State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Media Communication Studies.
ABOUT THE TENNESSEE BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE
Founded in 1983, the Tennessee Business Roundtable develops and implements pro-business public policies and initiatives which aim to optimize the quality of life and well-being of all Tennesseans. Comprised of over four dozen of Tennessee’s most-respected business enterprises and organizations from all three Grand Divisions of the state, the Roundtable has collaborated successfully for more than three decades with Tennessee’s Governors and business, non-profit and government stakeholders on policies that contribute significantly to the success of the Volunteer State’s economy and people, particularly in the area of public education.