Cameron currently serves as the Project Coordinator at the Center for Socially Engaged Design, where he helps connect students, project teams, and faculty-led research groups with opportunities in C-SED. He is an alum of the U-M College of Engineering, where he studied Environmental Engineering.
While in school, Cameron was heavily involved in multiple BLUElab teams, working on projects in Ann Arbor and Nicaragua in projects focused on renewable energy education and water security. He also worked for the Flint Area Community Health and Environment Partnership in the wake of the Flint Water Crisis, and had internship experience at OHM Advisors in Livonia, MI.
In 2018, Cam was part of the C-SED course called Finding Genuine Design Opportunities, working with a student team and the Ecuadorian organization Nido de Vida in a holistic needs assessment project in their home community of La Bolivarense.