Cameron White

Senior Partner, Learning Solutions & Learning Differences

Cameron White is a Senior Partner at NewSchools. He leads a team that invests in learning solutions designed to improve K-8 reading and math outcomes. These efforts aim to benefit millions of students who are furthest from educational opportunities, specifically targeting  students of color, those experiencing poverty, and students with learning differences.

Cameron has over 10 years of experience at the intersection of racial and socioeconomic equity, student learning, and technology development. During this time, Cameron has supported more than 100 early stage education technology ventures, through philanthropic capital as well as strategic feedback and guidance related to equitable student impact, research-based product design, fundraising, and sustainable growth. Cameron was on the founding team at co.lab, an accelerator focused on game-based learning. He began his career at E.L. Haynes Public Charter School in Washington, DC, helping to align out-of-school time offerings with the school’s academic and social missions.

Cameron earned an M.A in Instructional Technology and Media from Teachers College at Columbia University, where he completed his master’s thesis on ed tech equity. He holds a B.A. in Architecture from Princeton University, with his undergraduate thesis focusing on environmental design and early childhood development. Cameron has co-authored several publications on topics such as leveraging research for product enhancement and impact measurement, and prioritizing equity in the development of educational products. He has been a speaker at SXSWedu, iNACOL, and SOCAP. 

Outside of NewSchools, Cameron is a yoga teacher specializing in accessibility and trauma-sensitive yoga practices. He teaches in schools and juvenile detention facilities.