Camille Goldstone-Henry

CEO & Co-Founder | Xylo Systems Australia

Camille Goldstone-Henry


Camille Goldstone-Henry is a wildlife conservation scientist, data advocate, environment activist and Kamilaroi woman. As an experienced wildlife conservation manager with a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience from The University of Sydney, she specialises in threatened species population management and throughout her career has worked with endangered species around the world, including Tasmanian devils, orange-bellied parrots, Sumatran tigers and red pandas.
With her work spanning NGOs, university and social enterprise, she has published over 15 conservation industry reports and book chapters and has featured in prominent publications and podcasts. Her passion for wildlife, tech, equality, and the environment drive her to implement innovative solutions like Xylo Systems so that future generations can enjoy the beautiful wildlife Australia has to offer.
Camille was named 2021 Women's Weekly Woman of the Future, 2022 Women in Artificial Intelligence Trailblazer AND AI in Climate Winner and was a 2022 NSW Young Woman of the Year Finalist. She was selected to Taronga Zoo's HATCH Accelerator and won highly commended at the UNSW Sir Rupert Myers Sustainability Award in 2021.


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