Hello, digital space! My name is Camille Corpus and I’m a digital strategist at RedRock Strategies. As a digital strategist, I plan and execute digital media across all platforms. I’ve had the opportunity to work on ballot initiatives and campaigns across the country, and even across oceans.

Today marks my two year work-a-versary at RedRock Strategies. To say I am grateful for the experiences I’ve had and the growth I’ve experienced professionally and personally during my time here is an understatement.

A little about myself: I was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada and attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. I (very) recently moved to Austin with my husband Karlo and my super dog Krypto to become a part of Team Texas. My super power of choice would be to control the elements, and most importantly my go-to “fun fact” about myself during uncomfortable ice-breaker activities is that I’m allergic to gluten.

I’ve always been interested in how people work: what drives people, why people react the way they do, why someone will do one thing but someone else will do the exact opposite, and the million other questions you can ask yourself on a daily basis from just observing the world around you. As a digital strategist, I have the opportunity to do just that, but on the infinitely expanding digital landscape. Every human is unique and the rising popularity of social media and other digital platforms creates a whole new human experience to be learned.

If you told me two years ago that I’d be living out my dream career in Austin, TX, I definitely would’ve thought you were crazy, but here I am. I’m proud of the work I’ve done and excited for what the future holds. RedRock Strategies is a one-of-a-kind company that does important, impactful work with strong values and leadership that are exemplified in all aspects of what we do. With the support of an amazing staff, I’ve not only been able to help others get from where they are to where they want to be, but I’ve also been able to go from where I was to where I wanted to be.