Camila has been heavily active in South Florida’s tech startup community, where she is a co-host of a local radio show called pFunkcast. Camila previously worked at Greenpeace International and the Organization of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in various communication roles. A proud Brazilian who spent most of he life in Peru, she is passionate about traveling and documentaries.


Recent posts by this Author


What Type of Leader are People Most Likely to Follow?

Hundreds of books and articles have been written about great leaders and their unique styles of leading teams within a company. These entrepreneurs are great examples of what it takes to lead a team during challenging times by keeping them motivated. One of the most ...


CareCloud Raises $15M in Funding

Miami-based CareCloud, a provider of practice management and electronic health records, announced that it has raised $15 million in funding. The new funding will be used to further advance product innovation and customer success. The company also appointed Ken Comée as the ...


6 Bad Digital Habits and How to Beat Them [Infographic]

Most of us have poor smartphone etiquette. Research shows that although most users think they have good tech habits, many people report being irritated or annoyed by the use technology in public places. Rudeness may not be on the rise, but new technology certainly allows...


Random Nerds Offers Tip System to Niche Writers

Random Nerds has a different take on what a media company ought to be. The media site is relaunching today with a zero pay-per-click revenue stream. That means that the content published doesn't include pop-up ads, sponsored articles, and meaningless content created solely to ...


Let’s Talk About the Democratization of Content

Blame it on the smartphones and the kids for what media experts call the “democratization of content,” a process where content becomes increasingly easier to create and distribute. For media companies this means providing customers with services that enables them ...


Black Entrepreneurs Need to be Part of the Tech Revolution

Pittsburgh-based tech founder Don Charlton wants to make the process of hiring easy and affordable for small businesses. He recognized a market that was underserved and in 2011 started a company that created a human-resources workflow management platform that is easy to use. ...


SPROCKIT: If You Can’t Beat Tech, Join It

If tech is shifting how people watch television, why not join forces with startups responsible for creating the tools that are changing TV business today? That's the goal of the annual NAB Show in Las Vegas, to forge relationships between startups and major media ...


5 Awesome Apps for Beer Drinkers

Cheers everyone, today is National Beer Day! And what better way to celebrate the culture of drinking delicious beer than to share how we can enhance that experience with technology. That's right, from beer delivery to connecting with friends, there's a beer app for just...


Jay-Z and 17 Musicians Relaunch Tidal to Take On Spotify

At a press conference, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Kanye West, Daft Punk, Jack White, Rihanna, Madonna, Alicia Keys, Jason Aldean, members of the Arcade Fire, Nicki Minaj, Chris Martin of Coldplay, Deadmaus, and other musicians held announced the re-launch of Tidal, a music streaming ...