Lynelle Cameron is the President and CEO of the Autodesk Foundation and Vice President of Sustainability at Autodesk. She founded both to invest in and support people using design to solve today’s most epic challenges. Under her leadership, Autodesk has won numerous awards for sustainability, climate leadership and philanthropy. Prior to Autodesk, Cameron led sustainability teams at Hewlett Packard and has 10 years of experience at the intersection of conservation and economic development with the World Wildlife Fund and the National Outdoor Leadership School. She serves on numerous for-profit and nonprofit boards including Innovators International, Center for Environmental Health, Luke Hand, University of California, Berkeley Center for Responsible Business, Biomimicry 3.0 and previously Net Impact.
Cameron was recently recognized as one of the Most Influential Women in Business by the San Francisco Business Times. She has an MBA from The University of California, Berkeley, an MS from The University of Michigan and a BA from Middlebury College.