Camilia Razavi is an award-winning community organizer, serial entrepreneur, and digital transformation consultant. A proud daughter of Iranian immigrants, Camilia led the 10,000-person #NoBanNoWall Protest in San Francisco’s Union Square in January 2017 against President Trump’s Travel Ban.
Camilia is currently Co-Founder and Partner of Razavi & Black, LLC, a boutique consulting firm that advises governments worldwide seeking to undergo digital transformation through user research. She has worked in the Obama White House Office of Social Innovation and the New York City Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer.
Camilia is also the Co-Founder and Creative Director of Razavi Collection, a jewelry company she runs with her mom and sister. Razavi Collection creates intentional jewelry meant to protect your energy. The company is founded on social impact, donating 10% of each sale to a non-profit organization of the month.
Camilia received her Master of International Affairs from Columbia University with a specialization in International Security Policy and Technology, Media, and Communications. At Columbia, she researched cybersecurity policy at the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from UC Berkeley with a minor in Middle Eastern Studies.