Appointments Advisor, Office of the Prime Minister
Cameron serves in the Office of the Prime Minister advising on Governor-in-Council appointments for federal commissions, agencies, Crown Corporations and tribunals as well as judicial and Senate appointments.
Originally from Vancouver, British Columbia, Cameron has held positions, spanning both provincial and federal politics, including in the offices of the BC Premier and a Vancouver Member of Parliament. His work has primarily involved strategic communications and stakeholder engagement. He has also served on the BC provincial board for the Liberal Party of Canada.
Cameron’s private sector experience is in Executive Search and Corporate Recruitment. He worked for an international recruitment firm where he contributed to the effective identification, development and selection of C-Suite executives for North American clients.
“The MPM program provided exactly what I was looking for, combining practical skills development with the academic challenge of a graduate program. The skills I learned through the program were immediately transferable to my role on the hill, and have served me well ever since – in my public and private sector work. What I value most though from the MPM program are the relationships which I developed with my classmates, instructors and other alumni which have created a truly unique, cross-partisan network of friends and colleagues across the country.” – Cameron Wilson
Last Revision: Nov. 29, 2017