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With over 10 years experience in the eDiscovery industry, Karimah Campbell leads the EMEA Customer Success Management team at Relativity, and in 2021 founded Black Tech Queens.


Her love for technology began at an early age. With ICT being her favourite subject at school she was in awe of the possibilities and endless opportunity provided by technology. She studied a BTEC for General IT Practitioners and went on to further her education achieving a First Class Hons BSc Computer Forensics. After studying, she joined the eDiscovery industry working in the password cracking team at Xerox Litigation Services and in 2012 joined the Big 4 Accounting Firm, EY.  In her time at EY, Karimah’s leadership qualities were identified, and she achieved 5 promotions in 7 years and was selected to join the “EY Accelerated Leadership Programme” – a programme designed by London Business School to provide individuals identified as "future leaders" with specialist training.


As well as her love for technology, Karimah has a passion for inclusion, diversity and belonging, with her focuses on race, gender and education being driven by her personal experiences throughout the years. She has made it her goal to shine the light on, and encourage entry to the eDiscovery industry through various platforms and by sitting on the inaugural board of Directors for Women in eDiscovery London. She has been a diversity champion in all companies that she has worked in, sitting on the EY Black Network committee for 5 years and leading the EMEA Inclusion, Diversity and Belonging activity at Relativity. Karimah has a strong belief that celebrating the achievements of the Black community is one of the most effective ways to engage other ethnicities and genders to embrace diversity and has had leading roles in the Powerlist Black Excellence Awards and the EY Black History Month Ball. She has founded Black Tech Queens with the goal of inspiring Black women in technology and future talent; helping achieve aspirations and recognising and celebrating achievements.

Awards & Recognition

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2018 Financial Times Most influential BAME leaders in technology

2019 Powerlist “One to watch”

2021, 2020 and 2019 Computer Weekly Most Influential Women in UK Tech Longlist

2021 TLA Black Women in Tech “The Voices in the Shadow” publication finalist

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