Featured Speaker At:

Judson Learning Academy
San Antonio, TX
St. Ursula Academy
Cincinnati, OH
San Dieguito HS Academy
Encinitas, CA 
Torrey Pines HS
San Diego, CA
St James Academy K-8
Solano Beach, CA 
North Community HS
Minneapolis, MN
Kennedy Jr HS
Lisle, IL 
St. Joseph's HS
Santa Maria, CA
Ronald Reagan HS
San Antonio, TX
The Center School HS
Seattle, WA
Mercer Island HS
Mercer Island, WA
Onondaga Community College
Syracuse, NY
Metro Christian Academy
Tulsa, OK 
Hastings Middle School
Upper Arlington, OH 
University of Texas Pan American
Edinburg, TX
Glenbard South HS
Glen Ellyn, IL
Glenbard West HS
Glen Ellyn, IL
Glenbard East HS
Glen Ellyn, IL
Orcutt Junior HS
Orcutt, CA 
Cleveland HS
Seattle, WA
Alamo Heights HS
San Antonio, TX
Foxborough HS
Foxborough, MA
Mansfield HS
Mansfield, MA 
Poplar Bridge Elementary
Bloomington, MN
Olson Middle School
Bloomington, MN
Jefferson HS
Bloomington, MN
Kennedy HS
Bloomington, MN
Naperville North HS
Naperville, IL
Lenape Middle School
Doylestown, PA
Central Crossing HS 
Grove City OH 
Norton HS
Norton, MA 
Cal Poly University
San Luis Obispo, CA


Cameron's Story...

At 15 Cameron was a fun-loving kid, growing up on California's Central Coast surrounded by a big, boisterous family.  But in the early morning hours of September 15, 2001, just four days after the devastating tragedy of 9/11, Cameron experienced his own life-altering tragedy.  Intoxicated after a night of partying, he was struck by a train and subsequently lost both his legs and right arm.

The once active and athletic teen now had to confront life as a triple amputee.  Though told he would never walk again, Cameron's reserves of stubbornness, resilience and positivity had him walking independently on two prosthetic legs just five months later.  He continued to make a remarkable physical and emotional recovery, proving that spirit and determination can conquer even the worst odds.

Armed with a new perspective and value for life, Cameron started participating in disabled sports, including running, swimming, golfing and surfing.

But while Cameron was defining his new course in life, his identical twin brother, Jesse continued to struggle with drug and alcohol addiction.  In January of 2008, Jesse died from a drug overdose, and Cameron lost his best friend.  Rather than give up, Cameron once again turned the impossible into opportunity.

Now Cameron travels the world sharing his story with middle school, high school and college students, motivating audiences to overcome, obstacles and empowering them to achieve their dreams.


Cameron's message is simple - that life is worth living.