Corporate Marketing Consultant

Camille Lavington is a specialist with 25 years' experience in customized programs designed to polish senior executives, international businessmen, heads of state, government officials and entrepreneurs.

Author

Book"You've Only Got Three Seconds - How to Make the Right Impression in Your Business and Social Life", and is currently working on her next book, "Executive Profiling". She was the lead writer for Barron's Smart Money Section, "The Executive Life Style", and has contributed articles to magazines and publications including Business Week's "Guide to Careers".

Platform Speaker

Speaking engagements include:

  • Bloomberg
  • American University in Paris
  • Columbia Business School
  • Cornell, Johnson School of Management
  • Harvard Business School Alumni
  • NYU, Federation Finance Forum
  • Wharton Business School
  • Four Seasons Hotel in Montreal
  • The Equitable Life
  • Deloitte & Touche
  • Estée Lauder at Vassar
  • Clarins of Paris
  • The Industrial Communications Council
  • The International Alliance in London
  • The Million Dollar Roundtable
  • The Royal Police Academy in London
  • The Sales Executive Club
  • WICE of Paris

Media Coverage

Coverage includes:

  • ABC News: 20/20
  • ABC Television
  • CBS Television
  • NBC Television
  • CNBC Television
  • CNN Television
  • FOX News Television
  • Lifetime Television
  • WOR Radio
  • Harper's Bazaar
  • Glamour
  • Parade
  • Cosmopolitan
  • People
  • Barron's
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • Forbes
  • Fortune
  • The New York Times
  • International Herald Tribune
  • Investor's Business Daily
  • Los Angeles Time
  • Shogakukian of Tokyo
  • Asahi Shimbun of Japan
  • The Christian Science Monitor
  • Chicago Tribune
  • Boardroom Reports
  • Continental Airlines In-flight

Honors

Camille Lavington has been honored by numerous organizations as an Outstanding Woman of the Year. She has served on The Board of Directors of The United Nations Association of New York and The Greater New York City Council of the Boy Scouts. She was Chairman of the March of Dimes and Founder of an Orthopaedic Hospital Guild in California. Recently, she contributed several hundred works of art to the New York Hospital for Special Surgery and the Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital.