Cameron Conaway

·2015 Fellow, Thailand, International Reporting Project

·2015 Grantee, India, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Cameron Conaway is the Content Marketing Manager at Flow, a team communication solution used by Tesla, Etsy, TED and thousands of others. His diverse background as a former mixed martial arts fighter, award-winning poet, K-College educator and world traveler has given him the toughness to push forward, the empathy to care and the perspective to think differently.

His work as a journalist has appeared in publications such as Harvard Business Review, Newsweek, Stanford Social Innovation Review and The Guardian, and has been supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, the International Reporting Project, the United Nations Foundation, Rotary International and the Wellcome Trust.

Cameron is the author of five books. His latest, Chittagong: Poems & Essays, was praised by the Child Labor Coalition, and Malaria, Poems was named to NPR‘s Best Books of 2014 list.

He has taught creative writing at Penn State University, on the Tohono O’Odham Native American Reservation, at Ottawa University and with Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, among others.

As a speaker, he has been trusted to deliver with integrity, passion and authenticity for Al Jazeera America, HuffPost Live, Dartmouth College, the University of Richmond, Penn State University and James Madison University, among others.

Previously, Cameron was the Executive Editor at The Good Men Project, a website examining modern manhood and masculinity.


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