Association management is a specialty. Cameron’s experience, knowledge and connectivity in this space is immense. She brings the ability to manage and grow an association, thus creating valuable opportunity and time for organization leaders and members to address their mission, tackle industry challenges and support one another. Cameron has the ability to lead an organization if called upon to do so. She also excels at helping leadership broaden their perspective through insight from her vast exposure to other organizations and with subtle challenges to the status quo. She is connected to a wealth of talent in all the areas of managing an association, thus she brings a diverse, experienced and loyal team to meet the needs of your association.
Douglas A. Garretson
Chair, Association of Air Medical Services - 2018-2019
President/CEO (retired), The Center for Emergency Medicine/STAT MedEvac
Cameron was an outstanding leader – as President of the Association of Air Medical Services – to work with. Upon taking over the role, she courageously jumped into attacking the desperately needed improvements to the financial performance, strategic vision, and cultural black holes created by her predecessor, and she thoughtfully and energetically attempted to create alignment within a very fractured, confused, and/or immature set of industry providers with solid data, analytics, process discipline and focus, and the result is an industry trade association - and industry itself - that has a clearer vision to a more financially viable future.
Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer
Global Medical Response
My 40 plus year career in the air medical industry has provided me with the opportunity of working with a few outstanding professionals. Cameron Curtis is an excellent example of those extraordinary individuals. During the height of COVID and the financial stressors created during this period Cameron was unwavering in her leadership. Her strengths include internal and external messaging, financial reporting and compliance. She is a compassionate and ethical professional whom I fully trust.
Past Chairman, MedEvac Foundation International
Cameron combines a keen sense of strategy with a deep commitment to building teams across traditional boundaries. Her optimism and leadership promotes sustained success for her clients.
Fred Meyers, M.D., M.A.C.P.
Director of the Center for Precision Medicine and Data Sciences, University of California - Davis
Chair, Association for Clinical and Translational Science - 2019-2020
The World Congress of Interventional Oncology started as a standalone international meeting for physicians passionate about image-guided cancer therapy. When Cameron took the reins as our ED in 2016, we were a virtual organization with an educational website and an annual meeting. Within 18 months, Cameron steered us into becoming a full-fledged membership association of several hundred physicians, the Society of Interventional Oncology. We now have a growing membership base, year-round live and virtual educational programs, membership affiliations in Asia and Latin America, and millions of dollars invested in research grants and clinical trials.
Michael C. Soulen, MD FSIR FCIRSE
Professor of Radiology
Director Interventional Oncology
Abramson Cancer Center
University of Pennsylvania
SIO Board of Directors (Chair & Past-Chair, 2010-2015)
Cameron Curtis is not only an innovative leader, she is a pleasure to work with. Her timely responses establish good rapport with others as she effectively problem-solves issues, pays attention to details, listens to concerns and successfully implements strategic ideas.
Donise Pearson, MS, CCC-SLP
American Speech-Language-Hearing Fellow
Past Chair, Texas Speech-Language Hearing Foundation
Cameron has a gift for thinking outside of the box and she brings great ideas to the table. She is a good listener, communicates well and she is not afraid to give her opinion for what she believes will help your association move forward.
Robyn Martin, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-F
TSHA President 2021-2023