Prior to founding and developing Alpha Theory in 2005, Cameron worked as an equity research analyst for 10 years, covering primarily technology companies and supporting over $20B in transactions for firms such as Lehman Brothers, CIBC (NYSE: CM) and Credit Suisse First Boston (NYSE: CS) before joining Afton Capital Management, a $200M long-short equity hedge fund, in 2002. He currently sits on the boards of several funds and financial technology start-ups as well as the UNC-Chapel Hill Business School Investment Fund. Cameron earned his Business degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and became one of the youngest ever to receive the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 1999. It was on the buy-side that Cameron became aware of the avoidable mistakes investment managers were making causing lost performance and he vowed to solve the problem. When he told his grandmother why he was starting Alpha Theory, she looked at him and asked, "You mean they're not doing this already?" and he knew at that moment he had a responsibility to help bring about a change in the industry. Today, Cameron spends his time deepening his knowledge on important topics in behavioral finance, decision sciences, portfolio management and acting as a thought leader to investment managers on investment process "best practices" through direct communication at conferences and seminars, on TV and Radio, and through the written word. Cameron is an avid golfer, Citi-biker, runner, a technology early-adopter, magician (he taught his three year old and one year old daughters to love sushi) and a die-hard Tarheel fan.