As a Conservation Data Analyst, Cameron works closely with NatureServe's Multi-Jurisdictional Data (MJD) locational data from it aggregation into a national dataset to its delivery to clients. Cameron's primary function is to ensure the currentness, standardization, and quality control of the MJD dataset. Cameron's responsibilities include aggregating species occurrence data from North American Member Programs into NatureServe's central database, filling tabular and GIS data requests for NatureServe's Multi-Jurisdictional Data (MJD), and acting as a GIS and technical lead on major and minor projects. Cameron is based in Arlington, Virginia.
Prior to joining NatureServe in 2005, Cameron worked for 5 years as a technical consultant for High Performance Technologies, Inc., where he worked with several federal and state government agencies. During this time Cameron gained experience in many areas of the IT field including technical research, systems analysis, database management, applications development, technical support, and web development. Cameron obtained a B.S. in Computer Science from the College of William and Mary. Cameron spent twelve years growing up in Central America and Haiti and is fluent in Spanish.