Cameron serves as General Counsel to the Sterling Ranch Community Authority Board, a developing master planned community south of Littleton. His work focuses on public infrastructure construction and development, governmental compliance, public financing, and public contracting. Cameron’s interest in serving at-risk children was cultivated during his time guiding, leading, planning, and managing adventure travel, wilderness education, leadership development, and community service programs for children between the ages of 8 and 18. From that work, Cameron saw the impact of intervention and opportunity on a child and is committed to helping the most disadvantaged receive the care and resources they need to grow and thrive. Cameron was impressed with Tennyson Center for Children’s commitment and dedication to serving those most marginalized and disadvantaged in our community and is proud to support Tennyson’s critical mission.