Carl T Cameron

Inclusion Research Institute, Washington DC


Carl T. Cameron, Ph.D., is president of Inclusion Research Institute in Washington DC, and the founder of the Center for Disability and Special Needs Preparedness. He is a nationally known research and training professional in the area of employment and community integration of people with disabilities. He has been recognized as a program developer, researcher, teacher, author, and presenter throughout the United States. Dr. Cameron is a media and training expert and an experienced producer of satellite video teleconferences, videotape training, and interactive video productions. Since September 11, 2001, much of his work has been focused on developing training and technical assistance programs and materials for planners, first responders, and persons with disabilities and other special needs to improve their overall preparedness for terrorist attacks and other disasters. Under Dr. Cameron's leadership, the Center has been designated as a national training partner for the Department of Homeland Security, a multiple grantee under the Urban Area Security Initiative, and a recipient of the People Who Are Making a Difference award from the Environmental Protection Agency. Dr. Cameron earned his doctorate in special education, statistics, and communications from the University of Florida, and has been a faculty member at the University of Missouri, George Washington University, the University of Maryland, and most recently at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He has designed education programs for the Department of Defense Education Agency and has provided expertise to a wide variety of research organizations.