Amy Cameron was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown to the executive team at the California Conservation Corps in September, 2015. She serves as chief deputy director and oversees the programs operations and centers, along with the development of Corpsmember training and education.
Before joining the CCC, Amy worked at the California Department of Education as the liaison to the State Board of Education, and she also managed the Waivers Unit. From 2007-2012, Amy was a senior analyst for the Port of West Sacramento where she managed budgets, handled grant writing and administration, communications, and project management for the Sacramento Channel Deepening Project.
Currently, Amy sits on the board of Loaves and Fishes and was the previous Chair to the Yolo County Planning Commission. Amy is an alumna of Sacramento State and earned a Master of Arts degree in organizational management from the University of Phoenix. She and her family reside in West Sacramento.