Cameron is a Google Public Policy Fellow at Upturn for the 2019 summer. In May 2019, Cameron graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute with highest distinction, a B.S. in Society, Technology, & Policy, and a minor in Mathematics. Her undergraduate studies focused on the relationship between the assumptions of an environment’s policy infrastructure and its internal decision-making. Her previous professional experience includes working as a Privacy Intern at Hintze Law in Seattle, WA, where she focused primarily on G.D.P.R. data controllers vs. processors/sub-processes and U.S. data breach procedure.
Beginning September 2019, Cameron will start law school at the University of Washington School of Law. There, she will adopt a public service concentration in pursuit of a career as an advocate for individual autonomy rights in technology use.