Cameron manages the media, design, and communications for the National Conference on Citizenship, the Civic Health Initiatives program, and Pandemic to Prosperity.
Prior to NCoC, he worked as the Associate Marketing Director for Service Year Alliance – an organization working to make a year of paid service a common expectation and opportunity for all young Americans. He also currently serves as the co-founder of a sustainable baseball hat company – Storied Hats – that’s been featured in Forbes, ENews, and UsWeekly.
He got his start in community engagement at the Action Research Center at Illinois Wesleyan University, which serves as the hub for university and community engagement by maintaining partnerships with over 40 local non-profits. Cameron also served on the Board of Directors for the West Bloomington Revitalization Project, a grass-roots community development organization in the low-income community of West Bloomington, IL for 3 years. Focusing on small business and economic development, he developed strategies for business retention, expansion, and consumer attraction with local community leaders and business owners. For his service to the community, Cameron was awarded McLean County’s 25 Community Leaders under the age of 25, as well as Illinois Wesleyan University’s Distinguished Service Award for the class of 2013.
In his free time, Cameron enjoys playing acoustic guitar, biking, and performing stand-up comedy. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon.