Neill Cameron is a career marketing and communications professional. He is former president of Ogilvy & Mather Advertising, one of the world’s leading firms, and currently vice president of Clemson University in charge of activity with external audiences, as well as a member of the executive council. He has been involved in brand-building communications programs for clients such as American Express, Shell Oil, IBM, Kimberly Clark, International Paper, Centers for Disease Control, Union Carbide, World Wildlife Fund, and Eastman Kodak. Cameron has won numerous industry awards and the 1995 Silver Medal for Advertising’s Man of the Year.
He is a frequent lecturer, nationally and internationally, on marketing and communication topics and is a current and past member of several boards including the Atlanta Organizing Committee for the 1996 Olympic Games. He is also a charter member of Quail Unlimited and currently supports, among other organizations, Ducks Unlimited, the South Carolina Waterfowl Association, the Nature Conservancy, the World Wildlife Fund, and the Predator Conservation Alliance. Cameron holds a B.S. from Georgia State University, an M.B.A. from Emory University, and a certificate in international business from the London Business School.