Cameron is Encore’s newest team member. He joins Encore’s growing Business Development team this month full-time as a Business Development Associate.
He is a recent graduate from Harvard College where he studied Environmental Science and Public Policy. As an EDICT Clean Energy Intern, Cameron has enjoyed learning about solar development at Encore Renewable Energy. He is interested in renewable energy, urban sustainability, electrification and climate policy. In the future, he would like to pursue a graduate degree that synthesizes these interests. Based in Brooklyn, he likes to play pickup ultimate frisbee in Prospect Park and take the bus.
Cameron was part of a new internship program (EDICT) that launched this summer when Clean Energy Leadership Institute (CELI) partnered with Elemental Excelerator. The Edict Summer Internship Program is designed to provide Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and underrepresented students with paid, full-time 10-week internship opportunities in the clean energy and climate tech sector pairing them with a host companies and organizations that are actively building a diverse team and an inclusive working environment. Each intern was paired with a host company to become part of a cohort of young, diverse, emerging energy leaders. With training, mentorship, and career development, EDICT matches interns and companies to drive diversity across the clean energy ecosystem.