Camille Bohannon has a wide variety of speaking skills that range from voicing radio commercials to national network radio newscasts to hosting pop and classical music shows. For several years, she was the voice heard at the White House as tourists waited to see the Rose Garden. She was the only live female parade announcer for the 1976 Bicentennial Parade and has appeared as a live host at scores of events, from awards banquets to pageants to Public Broadcasting TV fundraisers. She's lectured at the University of Maryland and other colleges. After her radio career began to focus on national/international news, she won numerous awards. She's interviewed hundreds of newsmakers, from U.S senators, to Pulitzer Prize winners, to athletes from the NFL, NBA, tennis and boxing worlds, and world-famous recording artists. As the daughter of a State Department official, she lived in eight countries and learned to speak four languages. Her focus now is commercial and narration work, primarily in the Washington DC area.