Cameron Vanderscoff is a writer and oral historian with his own practice based in New York City, and a deep track record of public and private partnerships. As Co-Founder of the Okinawa Memories Initiative, historical dialogue and education is the heart of his work. He holds an MA from Columbia University and consults internationally across a versatile project portfolio. Cameron is also the co-editor of Seeds of Something Different, a celebrated new oral history book of UC Santa Cruz and experimentation in education. He is currently collaborating on his second book, a social memoir touching on pressing themes of racial and social justice in American history.

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