Cameron Christy has a wealth of experience in adult and postsecondary education, specializing their intersection with workforce development strategies. Her subject matter expertise includes career and guided pathways development, business and training program alignment, program management, and organizational development, including leadership development, strategic planning, and policy and data analysis.
As a Senior Analyst, Cameron supports the Job Corps Enrollment Services Support project.
Prior to joining Maher & Maher, Cameron began her career as an adult education teacher and program administrator. She then managed a bridge-to-college program for adult and non-traditional students, including the management of a Department of Labor TAACCCT grant, before advancing the Career Pathways Coordinator position for her local community college. There, she worked with academic deans and program chairs to identify effective career and guided pathways strategies for individual programs of study. During her time in New Orleans, she also served as a Leadership member of the Employment and Mobility Pathways Linked for Opportunity Youth (EMPLOY) collaborative, a regional collaborative group dedicated to improving the systems and programs impacting area young adults who were disengaged from school and work. Additionally, Cameron has participated in the development and implementation of strategic plans across secondary, postsecondary, and workforce development organizations.
Cameron holds a Master of Arts in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Drury University.
Cameron’s office and residence are located in Washington, DC.