Heather Cameron

Vice President and General Counsel

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Heather Cameron
Vice President and General Counsel

Heather Cameron is vice president and general counsel at CBTS. She advises the executive and senior management teams and investor board on various matters such as legal risk mitigation, new and existing laws, regulatory compliance and corporate governance. Heather is also responsible for overseeing commercial agreements, litigation strategy, mergers and acquisitions, corporate policies, privacy, and employment law matters.

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A graduate of Texas A&M and Harvard Law, Heather brings over 20 years of experience as a general counsel, advising executive management on strategic and operational matters across diverse industry sectors, including technology, financial services, automotive, retail, manufacturing, and distribution. Her multi-state and international experience informs her more than ten years of experience as a vice president and general counsel to multiple departments, including IT.

How the General Counsel sets the tone for CBTS

By Heather Cameron

At CBTS, our legal department’s role goes beyond simply mitigating legal risks. We’ve established a culture of practical problem-solving and long-term strategic thinking. We believe that legal professionals should proactively identify potential risks and partner with the business team to develop solutions. This might involve crafting contracts that allow clients to take advantage of new opportunities while protecting the company’s interests, or helping the business navigate compliance requirements in order to expand business in a foreign jurisdiction. 

Sometimes you have to take a step back to take a step forward.

“At CBTS, we prioritize creating trust, providing strategic and operational clarity, developing a motivational environment, and offering valuable business strategies. “


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