Cam Humphrey is a program research analyst for the Packard Foundation’s Conservation and Science team. In his role, he primarily works with the Agriculture, Livelihoods, and Conservation, Bioenergy, and Palm Oil Strategies. Prior to joining the Foundation, Cam was an Environmental Grantmakers Fellow at Race Forward where he conducted an analysis on the impacts of racial inequality in various public policies related to climate and environmental justice policy. His interests include connecting environmental philanthropy to environmental justice and policy, as well as analyzing the intersections of environmental law, civil rights, and land use as it pertains to issues in the U.S. rural South.
Cam received his Master of Environmental Management from the Yale School of the Environment in 2021 and his B.S. in Agricultural Business & Economics from Auburn University in 2019.