Cameron is a recent graduate from the College of William and Mary, where she received a B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies and Linguistics. She has interned at the MASY Group, Truman National Security Project, and American Near East Refugee Aid. She studied abroad in Meknes, Morocco and at the American University in Cairo, and has traveled to Israel and Palestine, Jordan, and Turkey. Through studying the Middle East, she became interested in national security, counterterrorism, and political development. Interfaith issues are of particular interest, along with "soft power" approaches to defense and security issues. When she is not contemplating Middle East policy, she enjoys playing the viola, which she has done for 11 years.
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