Cameron is a Program Director at the Center for Justice at Columbia University where he supports a variety of programmatic efforts to advance individual, institutional and societal transformation for a more just and safe world.
At the Center for Justice, he has helped develop and manage programming including the Rikers Education Program, the Beyond the Bars Fellowship, Everyday Restorative Justice and Just Futures. He serves as one of the lead organizers of the annual Beyond the Bars Conference. Before joining the Center, he co-developed and coordinated the Televisiting Program for Fathers at the Osborne Association, a program that allows children to video visit with their incarcerated father.
Cameron is currently a PhD student in the CUNY Graduate Center’s Social Welfare program. He received his Master’s in Social Work from the Columbia School of Social Work.