Cameron Klaus leads Tupperware Brands’ global communication and PR function, responsible for global communications strategy and planning during a particularly transformative period in the iconic brand’s 75-year history. Cameron spearheads the company’s storytelling efforts to raise the visibility of the Tupperware brand with key stakeholders and drives the narrative of the company’s purpose to nurture a better future. She serves as a key partner to priority business units including marketing, manufacturing and supply chain, investor relations, corporate social responsibility and business expansion to help elevate the awareness of company initiatives and strategy both internally and externally to Tupperware. She has played a role in reframing Tupperware’s sustainability positioning – No Time to Waste – and bringing to life key partnerships that underscore the company’s commitment to helping people, communities and the planet.
Prior to joining Tupperware, Cameron spent nearly 10 years at Weber Shandwick, one of the world’s leading communications and marketing services firms working with brands, businesses and organizations to inform communications strategy. During her time at Weber, Cameron managed strategic planning, reputation management, employee engagement and crisis communications response across industries with clients such as American Airlines, EY, BAE Systems and British Airways.
Cameron graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in journalism and mass communications.