Camille Tuutti is editor-in-chief of GovernmentCIO Media and oversees a team of distinguished journalists covering government IT and the industry that supports it. Before joining the publication in June 2017, Tuutti was executive editor at Nextgov, a division of Atlantic Media, where she was charged with the editorial vision and strategy. She came to Nextgov from Fedscoop, where she served as editorial director. Prior to that, Tuutti was a reporter at FCW for nearly three years, covering topics such as workforce, government oversight and federal IT.
Tuutti’s current tech obsessions include artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and emerging technology, and she frequently speaks on these topics. Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, Tuutti has lived in London and New York City and has called Washington, D.C. her home for the past 15 years.
When she's not covering federal IT, Tuutti teaches Pilates reformer classes at two studios in D.C. and collects shoes. She also mentors college seniors looking to launch a career in D.C. Tuutti is currently at work on her first novel, which she hopes to complete in 2018.
Follow her on Twitter: @camilletuutti
February 22nd, 2018 | 22 mins 44 secs
This week Dave talks with Camille Tuutti about government change agents and chip implants!