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Camille Duvall Hero

Camille Duvall Hero

Sales Director

Warburg Realty


Camille Duvall-Hero is an established real estate professional in New York City's Flatiron District. To date, she has over fifteen years of professional experience and serves on several high-profile boards including the Real Estate Board of New Yorks's Ethics Committee and the Executive Board of New York Residential S...

"If something piques your interest, find someone in your circle of friends, or a friend of a friend, and have a conversation with them. Talk with the highest-up person you can find and see if what they’re doing is something that interests you. And then if it does, ask 'What’s that first step?'" -Camille Duvall Hero

Warburg Realty

Sales Director

In her role with Warburg Realty, Camille Duvall Hero oversees a team of brokers at the firm's Flatiron Office.

Warburg Realty

Managing Director

Camille Duvall-Hero has been active in the New York real estate landscape for well over a decade.


Sports Reporter

In her role as a broadcast journalist, Camille Duvall Hero worked as a sideline reporter for Fox, ESPN and Lifetime Television covering water skiing, X Games, WNBA, and NHL Hockey. She also hosted "Men's Journal," a outdoor travel adventure show on ESPN.

Professional Waterskiing

5-Time World Champion

Camille Duvall Hero is a Five Time World Professional Slalom Champion 84’-88’, a member of the Water Ski Hall of Fame, and a member of 9 undefeated US water ski teams. She was further named as one of the 100 Greatest Athletes of the Century by Sports Illustrated for Women and holds 14 US national titles and 5 US overall titles.

"If you’ve chosen a field you’d like to be in, read as much as you can [...] You can certainly see through your reading and research who you like and who’s doing the right things. If you’re a high level professional athlete, you understand practice, preparation, and leaving no stone unturned." -Camille Duvall Hero

New York University

Certificate, Broadcasting

Camille Duvall Hero attended New York University from 1997-1998.

Considering Women in Sports Journalism

Women who attempt to break into the male-dominated worlds of sports writing and broadcasting have long faced criticism, dismissal, and sometimes outright hatred. Despite notable increases in female athletic representation, many still believe that women don’t understand or care about sports.

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Preserving Our Rivers: Preventing Pipeline Expansion in New York State

When the sun dips below the horizon, we don’t think twice (if even once!) about flipping our light switches on. Our energy usage patterns have become instincts to follow, rather than decisions to consider. What we too often forget in our daily power consumption is that our power isn’t fueled by magic, but environmentally damaging natural gas. Writers for the Constitution Pipeline project – an endeavor which would funnel fracked natural gas through New York and New Jersey – expound on the project as a boon for energy consumers in the area. The project seems, by their estimation, to be all upsides. But what about the true cost of our power – the price that isn’t detailed in numbers and dollar signs?

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Where Do We Go From Here? Assessing a Post-Weinstein America

In the space of a few weeks, giants in the entertainment industry toppled as those previously thought to be untouchable were pulled down from their perches of power and abandoned to headlined infamy. Every day, more women found the bravery to come forward and bring their stories to light; to detail the abuse, harassment, and mistreatment they suffered at the hands of...

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5 Times You Should Never Compromise On a Home

Dream homes tend to have flaws when you see them in real life. Given that a full 90% of home searches begin on the Internet, it can be easy for an excited buyer to fall in love with photos of the skyline-facing balcony or glimpses of the hardwood floors. Real life, however, isn’t always so perfect.

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Best Practices for First-Time Homebuyers in NYC

New York, New York – who doesn’t dream of living in the city? The glitz and glam of the NYC life has been cast into iconic movies and quotable Broadway plays. Native New Yorkers and visitors alike dream about living amid the bustle and excitement that characterizes the city. In a city with 8.5 million residents and an average home price tag of just under $1 million...

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