Born and raised in Carmel, Ind., Cameron redefined what it meant to be an active high school student. He was on the swim team, a member of show choir, and in National Honors Society—all at a school with more than 5,000 students. So when it came time to select a college, Cameron opted for a small school that could provide a more intimate experience.
A year later, Cameron transferred to IU and quickly found a home in the Willkie Residence Center, where he joined the Willkie Judicial Board. He also got a job at Starbucks on Indiana Avenue—a stone's throw from the heart of the Bloomington campus.
They were perfect roles for the budding counselor.