Camilla Rees, MBA, is the founder of ElectromagneticHealth.org, a leading U.S. education and advocacy organization focused on the health and environmental effects of electromagnetic fields, as well as of Campaign for Radiation Free Schools on Facebook. She co-authored “Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution” with Magda Havas, Ph.D. and the landmark report, “Cellphones and Brain Tumors: 15 Reasons for Concern”. Camilla co-founded the International EMF Alliance in Oslo, Norway and organized the 2010 conference on EMF & Health at the Commonwealth Club of California, sponsored by Citizens for Health and the American Academy of Environmental Medicine.
Ms. Rees works closely, as a communications strategist, with international scientists, and advises numerous grass roots groups at the state and local levels on cell tower, cell phone, Wi-Fi and smart meter issues. She was co-investigator on a research study showing impacts of microwave radiation on the heart, published in the European Journal of Oncology in 2010. She has spoken widely on health and environmental topics, addressing members of Congress and their staffs, the Commonwealth Club of California, Columbia University Law School, Bioneers, the Young President’s Organization, state governments and several medical conferences offering continuing education credits for physicians. Camilla is EMF Advisor to Citizens for Health and Mercola.com, leading U.S. health education and advocacy organizations, and blogger for FrankLipmanMD.com. She also leads the EMF Education and Advocacy efforts of the National Institute for Science, Law and Public Policy in Washington, D.C., which published a paper in Spring 2012 on smart meters and the U.S. energy economy.
Ms. Rees hosts a radio show at KGNU in Boulder/Denver, covering health, environmental and sustainability topics, and does environmental consulting for physicians as well as for patients with chronic illnesses. She is a trained Cancer Guide and facilitator of Hellinger Constellations. She has studied widely in the areas of health and healing over two decades and is writing a book on health care reform. For many years Ms. Rees has been a curriculum developer for and invited guest at a private invitational forum of leading international CEOs focused on productivity, performance and sustainability. Previous to her work in health and environmental advocacy, she worked in investment banking and in the venture capital industry. Ms. Rees holds a BA from Barnard College/Columbia University and an MBA from Georgetown University.