Cameron is a director in the National Security practice, leading a Denver-based team focused on strategy, capabilities management, and integrated human-centric change. Cameron leverages storytelling, behavioral economics, and integrated design concepts to help clients devise innovative methods of influencing stakeholders and communicating with audiences.
Cameron has more than 20 years of experience in national security and intelligence, serving in a variety of roles including collection management, remote sensing governance, and systems engineering. Cameron also supports state and local government projects in Colorado, providing project leadership, executive coaching, and human-centric change management in Denver. Prior to joining to Guidehouse/PwC Public Sector, Cameron led a remote sensing governance and systems integration division for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Ph.D., Public Affairs, University of Colorado, Denver M.B.A., University of Colorado, Denver M.S., Management, University of Colorado, Denver B.A., Boston University.