Interpersonal Violence Awareness and Prevention; Student Activism and Agency; Institutional Culture, Power, and Decision-Making; Intersectional Feminism
Cameron C. Shaw is a research associate at the Center for Advancing Correctional Excellence (ACE!) and a doctoral candidate in Higher Education at George Mason University. Her work supports grant funded research on evidence-based practices and quality of care for justice-involved individuals with opioid use disorder. Her research centers on intersectional feminism and social change, with a specific interest in addressing interpersonal, sexual, and gender-based violence in the college context.
Cameron grew up in Virginia's Tidewater Region and has lived in the Northern Virginia area since 2011. Building connections across several divisions of academic and student affairs, she has worked at Mason since 2013. She received her M.A. in English from George Mason and her B.A. in English from Christopher Newport University.