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Cameron Mayer is a leader in Booz Allen’s C4ISR business and leads four mission areas: intelligence processing, exploitation and dissemination; position navigation and timing; information warfare; and network modernization and resiliency. Cameron implements a shaping, selling, and scaling strategy for each area with a goal of building a sustainable business across defense and intelligence clients. Cameron is also a leader in the Army digital business, delivering technical strategy and solutions for Booz Allen’s clients.
Cameron has been with Booz Allen for 19 years, first joining as an intern, and has proven expertise in building and implementing transformational strategies. His roles have included leading IT strategy engagements with chief information officers to drive enterprise efficiencies and leading large system implementation efforts that combine innovation and sound business strategy to achieve targeted outcomes. He has led technical projects across the Army in a variety of functional areas including logistics and acquisition systems, and infrastructure modernizations.
Cameron received a B.S. in business administration from the College of William and Mary and an M.B.A. from Virginia Tech.