Cameron Hunter contributes to S&C his research, boundless curiosity, and desire to support paradigm-changing organizations. Growing up in the NYC Metro Area, Cameron began his career in the nonprofit sector by working as a Children’s Librarian at the ripe age of 14. With his interest piqued in serving youth populations, Cameron worked to augment opportunities for underserved kids in the South Bronx, Boston, and New Hampshire’s Upper Valley while studying at Dartmouth College. Upon graduating from Dartmouth, Cameron completed a Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs in Pittsburgh, PA. Working in a small town called McKees Rocks, Cameron designed a collective impact organization to encourage sustainable partnership among youth-serving nonprofits, with an aim towards aligning and strengthening their community-driven efforts. Cameron brings this value of collaboration to S&C, and is excited to foster lasting change in the organizations he is working with.
Cameron fervently believes that societal change is practiced locally and expands globally. Accordingly, Cameron hopes to use his work supporting impact-driven organizations to inform his long-term ambitions in the community development field.
Practice Areas at S&C
Organizational Design, Board Development & Best Practices, Strategic Planning, Business Planning, Tactical Planning & Execution, Impact Management, Performance Management
Domains of Particular Expertise
Community Development, Collective Impact, Early Childhood Education
On any given weekend, you might find Cameron perusing the depths of a record store, on a soccer field, in a tree reading something by John Irving, on his couch watching the latest David Simon miniseries, or at an outdoor live concert.