Karime Cameron currently works with CASTL as a research associate on projects that seek to support teachers’ well-being and students’ social and emotional learning. In the past, Cameron collaborated on laboratory-based as well as large-scale projects that focused on factors that promote curiosity, self-regulation, and learning. In some of Cameron's recent positions, she supported the design and conduction of an experiment test, data collection, and data management, among other responsibilities.
Karime Cameron is originally from Colombia, South America, where she worked as a clinical child psychologist and designed a mindfulness-based SEL program for children. Cameron's interest in child development has continuously focused her educational and professional career in child development-related fields, such as education, clinical therapy, and now research.
M.Ed., University of Virginia, 2018
Psy.S., Universidad de la Sabana, 2013
B.A., Pontifical Xavierian University, 2009