Brent McCamon is a Senior Researcher at Cardus. Having graduated from Redeemer University College and Trinity Western University’s Laurentian Leadership Centre, Brent McCamon joins Cardus with a background in research, policy development, and advocacy.
He has previously worked at Global Affairs Canada as a Policy Advisor, playing a key role in the fostering of international religious freedom as an integral part of Canada’s foreign policy. Prior to this venture, he interned with the Canadian Red Cross in the National Office’s Government Relations, Public Policy, and International Humanitarian Law Division. In 2015, he was awarded first prize in the Tony Blair Faith Foundation’s Faith and Globalisation essay competition for his work, Canada’s Role: Diffusing Ethno-Religious Violence in Nigeria.
Brent comes from Windsor, Ontario, and enjoys reading trashy fantasy novels, writing okay poetry, drinking black coffee, and studying martial arts (with a current focus on Muay Thai).