Patrice Cameau


Patrice Cameau, a life-long resident of Prince George’s County, creates and executes strategic communications campaigns for a host of local and national nonprofit, sports, entertainment, and lifestyle brands. She is highly regarded for her ability to connect her client’s campaigns with relevant audience groups to foster community action and advocacy.

Recently, she has created traditional and digital publicity and marketing campaigns for two-time Super Bowl Champion Troy Polamalu; humanitarian and retired NFL player Madieu Williams; Grammy-nominated recording artists Wale and Raheem DeVaughn; the Veterans of Foreign Wars; Covenant House International; and DC’s first Bojangles’ Famous Chicken & Biscuits restaurant. She has also served as military marketing manager for the Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN), and senior communications specialist for the USO.

A dedicated community organizer, Cameau is the founder of “The NEW YOU Project,” an annual beauty makeover event for women living in homeless shelters, and cofounder of the “101 Hope Project,” a program that brings celebrities and citizens to local schools with at-risk populations for mentoring days. In 2012, she launched C.O.O.K.I.E. (, a blog that promotes female empowerment and entrepreneurship. Cameau received a bachelor of arts degree in communication, with an emphasis in public relations, from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a master of arts degree in public communication from American University (DC).