Cameron Swinton is a finance and risk specialist with 5 + experience developing financial feasibility, socioeconomic, labour market, operational and enterprise risk management strategies on behalf of multilateral development banks, First Nations communities, local governments, businesses, and non-profit organizations. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in international business, a Master’s degree in finance and has obtained the Canadian Risk Management (CRM) Designation.
Cameron is an experienced researcher and analyst with a proven ability in collecting, consolidating, and analyzing complex sets of qualitative and quantitative data to facilitate strategic planning and long-term sustainable data-driven decision-making through the application of statistical analyses and modelling techniques. He has the knowledge and applied experience to pair technical solutions with organizational requirements to establish channels of communication across organizational and cultural silos and maximize synergies. Cameron has demonstrated effective project execution through his leadership and professionalism in Impact Resolutions’ non-profit organizational capacity building and performance assurance standards projects.
For the xwc̓ic̓əsəm Garden project, Cameron’s role includes literature reviews, data analyses, summarizing data, and supporting the best practices report and briefings to Parks Canada.