Camilla Webster

CEO and Co-founder New York Natives and Best Selling Author

Camilla Webster is a new media entrepreneur and the CEO and cofounder of New York Natives. As a bestselling author and finance expert, she is a frequent guest on TV networks and radio stations and a respected speaker and moderator globally.

In March 2012, Camilla served as the moderator for TEDx New Wall Street at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California; guiding a key conversation on re-imagining banking for the information age. She is currently planning her next TEDx gig.

In 2011, Camilla and her coauthor, Carol Pepper, signed a book deal with St. Martin’s Press for The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom: A Woman’s Guide to Enjoying Wealth and Power. The best selling book is a Library Journal Best Business Books 2012 Selection is positioned to change the way women think about their wealth and their opportunities. A blogger for Work in Progress, produced by ForbesWoman, Camilla has a growing network of readers engaging in her coverage and commentary on female entrepreneurs, game changers, and leaders.

As the Forbes anchor until 2010, Camilla has covered the Wall Street boom and crash, billionaires, real estate and collecting, interviewing innovative business leaders and celebrities, including Christine Lagarde, Richard Branson, Sergey Brin and T. Boone Pickens. She has also written on global affairs with famed economist Nouriel Roubini. Camilla has twice represented Forbes at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Prior to joining Forbes, Camilla was The Wall Street Journal broadcast news editor for CNBC and a producer for the TV show CBS MarketWatch Weekend.

Camilla has reported on a wide range of subjects, including breaking news, Wall Street, corporate America, and geopolitics, providing real-time global financial market coverage and analysis from New York and London in hundreds of videos for Forbes and on TV networks including CNBC, MSNBC, Fox News and Fox Business. She regularly co-hosted WABC Radio in 2010 with John Batchelor and Simon Constable and guested on ABC affiliates. Her written work has appeared in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, and on, among other publications.

In recognition of her recent work producing content for the empowerment and education of women in America, Camilla was invited to participate in the first White House Tweetup Briefing on The American Jobs Act with press secretary Jay Carney.