Cameron Tommey of Greenville, SC, holds a J.D. from Washington & Lee University School of Law and a B.S. in Earth & Environmental Sciences from Furman University. Cameron has served as a Law Clerk for the White House's Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ), as a summer associate for Surovell, Isaacs, Petersen, & Levy, PLC (Fairfax, VA), and as an extern for Gentry, Locke, Rakes, & Moore, LLP (Roanoke, VA). He was a Senior Articles Editor for the Journal for Energy, Climate, & the Environment, where his article Moving Military Energy 'Behind the Fence:' Renewable Energy Generation on U.S. Defense Lands was published.
After being named a Compton Mentor Fellow in 2010, he spent a year integrating small-scale, community-based reforestation projects in the Eastern C’hort’i’ region of Guatemala. His work with indigenous groups and NGOs in a developing nation led him to write a memoir, a year in guatemala. In his free time, Cameron enjoys hiking and trail running, as well as travel.
Cameron is licensed to practice law in South Carolina.