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Cameron joins Acadia as sports information and communications co-ordinator


Chris Cameron is looking forward to sharing Acadia Axemen and Axewomen news with the community.

He recently began his career as Acadia's sports information and communications co-ordinator. The Halifax native comes to Wolfville from Oshawa, Ont., where he was sports information and marketing co-ordinator for Ontario Tech University and Durham College for nine years.

“After being away from Nova Scotia, I'm excited to return to my home province and start this new chapter with my family,” he said in a story posted on the department's website. “Acadia has historically had great success and I'm looking forward to telling our student-athletes' stories as we build on the communications foundation laid over the last 29 years by Eric Cederberg.”

Cederberg retired earlier this summer.

Cameron will play a pivotal role in promoting Acadia's athletic programs, teams and student-athletes. Leveraging his experience in content creation, social media management and media relations, he will be responsible for crafting compelling content that showcases the achievements, stories and milestones of the Axemen and Axewomen.

“I'm looking forward to getting started and showing why Acadia is a destination for the top student-athletes from around the country,” Cameron said.

Cameron was recognized with eight Ontario University Athletics CHAMP (Celebrating and Honouring Achievements in Marketing and Promotions) awards.

They included best mascot, best video feature and numerous awards recognizing the department as best championship host related to marketing.

Cameron also served as a communications officer at the 2017 Summer Universiade in Taipei City, Taiwan.

Prior to working in Oshawa, Cameron worked in New Glasgow as the sports editor for The News. He graduated from St. Thomas University in Fredericton, N.B., with a communications degree in 2012 and finished his master of education degree at Ontario Tech University in 2022.





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