Cameron Shuler, Research Fellow
As a Graduate Research Fellow, Cameron Shuler contributes to the CNCR’s on-going research project focused on understanding the role of women in domestic extremist groups. While working to completing her Master’s, Cameron has been involved with an array of research projects and programs. She currently provides administrative support to the Virginia Department of Education in the administration of Facilitation Training in order for Special Education professionals to be equipped to support the development of Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). In this role, she co-designed the first state-wide online survey of Facilitated IEPs. She has also been trained in conflict mediation and facilitation. Her research interests include U.S. health policy, racial identity and narrative analysis.