After two-and-a-half years at Valhalla Private Capital, Vancouver chapter president Camille Hunt is leaving the Valhalla team to pursue her passions as an entrepreneur.
With qualifications from the University of Otago, Yale University and UBC Sauder School of Business, Camille began her professional career in 2010 working for New Zealand’s Kiwibank, where she worked for two years before joining Australia’s Elite Physiotherapy as a Physiotherapist. Prior to this, she spent several years working in hospitality from barista to line cook exploring her passion for food and flavors.
After moving to Canada, Camille held roles at Vancouver Coastal Health and the Canadian Alliance of Physical Therapists where she specialized in burn rehabilitation, and then started her move into business where she held a various startup consulting roles through Entrepreneurship @ University of British Columbia. Other volunteer roles held by Camille include positions at Vancouver General Hospital and Coastal Church.
Camille joined Valhalla Private Capital in January 2020, bringing more than a decade of experience in the innovation and healthcare industries to the table, and has been an active angel investor.
Following the birth of her son Julian, Camille launched First Course Foods – creating baby-led weaning style food designed for babies and toddlers aged six months and above.
Speaking of her shift from angel investor to entrepreneur, Camille explained via Linkedin: “The support from the Vancouver food community has been incredible, and I’ve been able to connect with some supportive and wise folks who have been generous with their advice.”
We wish Camille all the best in her future endeavors.
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