Cameron King is a results-oriented professional dedicated to advancing racial and economic justice through impactful nonprofit work. Holding a Bachelor of Science in Public Policy from Georgia State University and a Master of Public Administration specializing in Advocacy and Political Action from New York University, Cameron possesses a strong academic foundation.

With a robust background in development, strategic planning, and partnership building, Cameron is currently spearheading the development program at Gowanus Canal Conservancy (GCC); Cameron has been pivotal in securing gifts from diverse funding sources. As a strategic leader, Cameron streamlined reporting processes and fostered a data-driven decision-making culture. Earlier experiences at The Shed and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights honed Cameron’s fundraising skills, showcasing a talent for building mutually beneficial partnerships and increasing impact opportunities for nonprofit organizations.