The California Science Teachers Association Names Camron King as Executive Director
The CSTA Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Camron King has been named as Executive Director for the Association. CSTA will benefit from King having a having a wealth of experience as an association and industry executive – working at local, state and national levels. Having worked for much of his career in the association management space and has served as a respected member of the Sacramento lobbying community, Camron has the skills and abilities to well serve CSTA and its members.
Having served as president of a national research foundation; executive director for a regional marketing order; and, as vice president of state government relations for a statewide membership association, among other executive positions, Camron has the experience and knowledge to be successful in this role. King has long served in capacities that give him the diverse and necessary skill set to work with the CSTA staff, board and membership to drive education programs, advocacy efforts and organizational efficiencies to make CSTA an even more robust and valuable organization.
Camron’s experiences are further enhanced by his ability to develop effective communication programs, conferences, symposia, and workshops, as well as building robust relationships with legislators, policy officials, media and others that elevate and communicate critical information to members, stakeholders and organizations as needed.
In the coming months, as King transitions into the position, he will be working with CSTA leadership, staff and other stakeholders to learn about programs, services, and policy positions; participate in meetings and retreats; and, become acquainted with the members and key partners around the state. He looks forward to rolling up his sleeves, getting to work for CSTA members and making a positive impact for the state’s teachers and students. There will be many great opportunities to meet and welcome Camron to CSTA at the upcoming annual conference in San Jose, October 18-20, 2019.
Please feel free to connect with Camron via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 916.979.7004.