Susanna Camp



Teaching Credits


My work

Co-author of The Entrepreneur’s Faces, a new book about entrepreneurial archetypes.

Career journalist specializing in emerging technology and business trends, I was an early team leader at Wired magazine, where I led the creation of one of the first online communities. I’ve also worked on the staff of Macworld, PCWorld, and Outside magazines.

Educator and Harvard-trained instructional designer with extensive teaching experience (University of San Francisco, Universidade Europeia, Schoolab).

Prolific and versatile writer/editor. Writing samples.

Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the innovation studio Schoolab San Francisco and the Portuguese consultancy Outglocal.

Editor-in-Chief of, an online innovation hub that publishes case studies on entrepreneurship and innovation.

Public speaker and workshop leader focused on innovation & entrepreneurship.

At HotWired, one of the first websites, I produced Club Wired, an event platform featuring authors Neal Stephenson, Bruce Sterling, scientist Richard Dawkins, musicians Yoko Ono and Laurie Anderson, cultural icons Timothy Leary, John Perry Barlow, and many more. Transcripts on the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine, here and here.

Producer of popular event series in San Francisco: “Redefining Success,” an interactive series on social issues in technology, and “Reinventing Storytelling,” a hands-on workshop highlighting emerging trends such as voice apps and immersive group narratives.

Video producer. View my portfolio. (YouTube playlist of 15+ videos.)

“Susanna Camp starts at the top. Her writing brings the right focus, angle, and depth. Then comes her prodigious vocabulary and passion for words, built by a love of books and good writing. Susanna also has a knack for finding what can turn a story viral, and a gift for crafting catchy headlines.”

РJonathan Littman, Author 


Recent Projects



Journalism & Innovation

the entrepreneur's faces



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