Cameron Bourdon

Assistant Director | Camp Lincoln

Originally from Fort Collins, Colorado, Cameron was introduced to Camp Lincoln by his former high school football coach Mike Dyer, husband of CLH Director Stacy Dyer. Cameron worked as the Golf Activity Specialist and Head Counselor, and eventually returned as a Division Director. Cameron earned his Bachelor of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Colorado State University. He was also a member of the football team until an injury brought an end to his athletic career. Prior to returning to Lincoln as part of the year-round team, Cameron worked as the Training Coordinator for a non-profit in San Diego, California, where he currently resides. During this time he supervised the training and teaching of at-risk youth’s job and life skills, ensuring their success in entering the workforce. At home, Cameron is heavily involved in coaching youth athletics. He believes there is no better platform than team sports for enhancing skills inherent in successful character development. Cameron is passionate about helping individuals discover and take advantage of their full potential.

 

Favorite Camp Activity: Waterskiing and Golf

Best Camp Memory: 2012 Boundary Waters Adventure

Favorite Camp Meal: Meatloaf!

Childhood Hobbies: Football, Hockey, Basketball, Soccer, and Baseball

Favorite Camp Value: FUN!

Goofiest thing I have done at Camp: Belly flop in the bog