Nancy Camm works in the RAND Corporation's Office of Congressional Relations (OCR) as senior legislative analyst for RAND Labor and Population, banking and financial services, and external outreach. Camm works with OCR's director to develop and implement long-term strategies, build and maintain relations with members of Congress and their staff, administer the Office of Congressional Relations in the absence of the director, and direct the noncongressional outreach program. She has spent her career working in congressional and state relations. Prior to coming to RAND, she was with the Consumer Data Industry Association, where she worked closely with credit reporting agencies, such as Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. Before that, she worked with large banks on consumer-related public policy issues, such as privacy, at the Consumer Bankers Association. She began her career working on state and federal policy issues at the Bank of America in Los Angeles, California, and in Washington, D.C., where she served as the bank's Washington representative.
Camm received her B.A. from Hollins University.