Ivonne Cameron
Ivonne Cameron



Ivonne Cameron is the CEO of ISE International Foundation, providing strategic global health solutions and improving care building health care facilities nationally and globally. Ms. Cameron was the President/CEO Hepatitis Foundation International, a patient advocacy organization and Associate Executive Director, National Medical Association, a physician association.

She has served as an Assistant Professor at Howard University, a Fellow with the Harvard University Policy Institute and has consulted on Capitol Hill as a Senior Policy Fellow. Ivonne has extensive health care experience in program development, public policy, preparedness, and secured over $500 million for program and community development.

Ivonne has appeared on major television networks discussing health and social impact. Her work has been published in journals in the U.S. and internationally. She was a contributing author for “Global Opinions on Global Health,” and the landmark report, “Racism in Medicine.”

Ms. Cameron is a nationally registered prevention professional and has a B.S. Degree in Business Administration and a Master’s in Public Health Administration. Additional certifications include Project Management and Non-Profit Executive, Rutgers Business School.

Ms. Cameron serves on various executive boards. She is the Global Ambassador Women In High Places, Liver Disease, as well as a White House nominee Champion of Change in Public Health and Prevention. Ms. Cameron is a Board Member, J.E.T.T. Foundation, Institute for Caribbean Studies, Gut & Liver Foundation, Ghana and LiveWell Initiative, Nigeria. Ivonne is a member of Black Emergency Management Association, Gerson Lehman Group Healthcare Council, Global Development Network and U.S. Women Chamber of Commerce.