Cameron White is a Partner at NewSchools Venture Fund. He invests in learning solutions that empower Black, Latino, and low-income students.
He 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 received a Master of Arts in Instructional Technology and Media from Teachers College of Columbia University, completing his master’s thesis on ed tech equity. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Princeton University, writing his undergraduate thesis on environmental design and early childhood development. Cameron is co-author of publications including “An entrepreneur’s guide to using research to improve products and measure impact” and “Developing education products with equity at the center”, and has been featured as a speaker at SXSWedu, iNACOL, and SOCAP. He is a yoga teacher specializing in accessibility, trauma-sensitive instruction, and teaching in schools and juvenile detention facilities.