Cameron Switzer, MSW

Adjunct Assistant Program Evaluator

Professional Background

Cameron Switzer earned her Master of Social Work from the University of New Hampshire where she served as a Research Assistant focused on addressing challenges faced by children and families. Cammie worked previously as a Child and Family Therapist where she was able to gain practical knowledge about interventions, conditions, and the impact of systems on children and families. Cammie now supports several regional efforts under the Preschool Development Grant and provides program evaluation support to the New England Regional Genetics Network and NH-ME LEND program at the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire. Cammie hopes to continue to improve access to resources and care for children and families through her work in program evaluation, research, and coalition building.


The NH and ME Leadership in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Program (NH-ME LEND) is a collaboration among Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, the College of Health and Human Services at the University of New Hampshire, and the Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies/UCED at the University of Maine-Orono. The purpose of NH-ME LEND is to improve the health of children and youth with neurodevelopmental disabilities by preparing leaders to enter the field of maternal and child health.