Lynelle Cameron has over 20 years of experience helping large and small companies capitalize on market opportunities related to sustainability and climate change. She is currently Vice President of Sustainability at Autodesk and CEO of the Autodesk Foundation. Through the Autodesk Foundation, she has invested over $15 million in entrepreneurs and innovators who are designing a sustainable world for billions of people. Lynelle was recently recognized as one of the Most Influential Women in Business by the San Francisco Business Times.
Under her leadership, Autodesk has won numerous awards for sustainability, climate leadership and philanthropy. Lynelle is proving that companies can do well by doing good – in ways that strengthen brand reputation, recruit and retain the next generation of employees, and deliver financial results to shareholders. A cultural anthropologist by training, Lynelle has lived and worked in many parts of the world working at the intersection of conservation and economic development with WWF, TMI, and NOLS. Lynelle brings her expertise in strategy, governance and management to the Boards of Innovators International, CEH, UC Berkeley CRB, Biomimicry 3.0, and Net Impact.