Camille Breland joined the Bond Moroch team in January 2015. As a Managing Supervisor, Camille oversees all marketing and public relations strategies for a variety of clients in the lifestyle, food and beverage, and economic development industries, helping to create plans and initiatives that achieve and exceed clients’ goals. Some of her past and current clients include Greater New Orleans, Inc., Blaze Pizza, Dat Dog, Louisiana Department of Education, National Wild Turkey Federation and more. In 2015, Camille and her team won a Silver Anvil Award, the highest award from the Public Relations Society of America, for their work on the grand opening of Blaze Pizza in Frisco, Texas.
Prior to Bond, Camille worked as Public Relations Manager for Emeril’s Homebase, overseeing public relations and communications for celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse’s 13 restaurants and corporate headquarters in New Orleans. Before moving to New Orleans, Camille worked as a Communications Officer for the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority, assisting in public relations and internal communications efforts for the city’s international and local airports. She also spent three years with the Nashville advertising and marketing agency iostudio as a copywriter, social media manager and client services representative for cornerstone client the Army National Guard.
Camille earned an M.S. in Mass Communications from Middle Tennessee State University and a B.B.A. in Marketing/Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations from the University of Mississippi. She is a member of the Public Relations Association of Louisiana, Junior League of New Orleans, Young Leadership Council, New Orleans Ole Miss Club, and Prelude with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.
Photography by Elizabeth Dondis