Cameron Crowther


Cam is a culture and employment strategist, the chairman of WERC Institute, and a former higher ed executive. He regularly consults and speaks on organizational design strategies, building cohesive teams, managing staff expectations, and retaining top performers.

As chairman at WERC, he created the AEO15 assessment to determine a test-takers preferred approach to work, environment, and the most meaningful outcomes from their efforts and is shepherding the development of software services to monitor organizational cultural health.

When he worked as a university administrator (vice-president and dean of students), Cam led the dean’s office, corporate giving, career planning, campus wellness, housing, student engagement, and student culture development.

Cam holds a Juris Doctorate from the Washington & Lee School of Law, and a master’s in business strategy and leadership from London Business School. In law school, he served as submissions editor of the German Law Journal and received the H. Crim Peck Scholarship. At London Business School, Cam was a Sloan Fellow and recipient of the Sloan Masters Award.

Founder Chairman
WERC Institute