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Faculty Profiles

Keri Cameron

Keri Cameron

Professor, Educational Support


Contact Info: Room B301A, (905) 845-9430 Ext. 2007

Dr. Keri Cameron obtained her Ph.D. at McMaster University in Human Geography in 2020. Her research focuses on lived experiences of care within the context of the broader socio-political landscape of care. She explores the conditions of labour for health care workers and the state of care for care recipients. She holds a Master’s degree in Critical Disability Studies from York University and a Bachelor of Art (Honours) in Disability Studies from Ryerson University. She also has a Developmental Service Worker diploma from Humber College.

Keri is a full-time faculty member in the School of Education. She has extensive teaching experience having worked as an Educational Assistant with primary and secondary students and as a Professor at Sheridan College in the Educational Support Program. She is interested in accessible and critical pedagogy and dedicated to inclusive practices. Her teaching centers around disability history, culture, language, representation, care, and support.

Dr. Cameron is a member of the Waterloo/Wellington Local Health Integration Network Patient and Family Advisory Committee and a part-time faculty member in the People-Centred Care Leadership Program with CHA Learning. She is a member of the MSK (musculoskeletal) Steering Committee in Waterloo Region and was a member of the Grand River Accessibility Advisory Committee for six years.