Director, Government Practice
As a former U.S. Army Colonel with more than two decades of distinguished leadership and operational experience in the Intelligence and Special Operations communities, Cameron delivers an incredibly unique and valuable perspective to his audiences. His energy, knowledge, and practical experience spark intense interest and engagement. Clients call him “absolutely outstanding,” “top-shelf,” and “refreshing,” lauding him for his infectious passion, dynamism, and ability to bring concepts to life.
As director of Arbinger’s government practice, Cameron has extensive experience advising, consulting, and training leaders from large multinational corporations and federal government agencies to successfully lead organizational and cultural change. His specialty lies in quantifying the impact of Arbinger’s work within organizations. He is passionate about this topic and speaks persuasively about how to overcome the challenges inherent in measuring the impact of multifaceted efforts like training. His clients have included the Department of the Treasury, NASA, the U.S. Army, NCIS, USDA, and Army Medicine.
Cameron holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational psychology and a master’s degree from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. He works extensively with the Boy Scouts of America, having served in various leadership positions over the past 25 years. He has lived on five continents and traveled to more than 75 countries. In his free time, Cameron enjoys traveling, hiking, and outdoor activities.