Cameron Law

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The Carlsen Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Cameron Law is a Sacramento native who brings his passion and love for Sacramento as well as his experience in social ventures, venture capital, and economic development to the Carlsen Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, as the Executive Director. He is an active entrepreneurial ecosystem-builder and is working through the Carlsen Center to make the Greater Sacramento region a premier hub for innovation and entrepreneurship. He personally values love and service and brings this intention to building the region and serving the community and its entrepreneurs.

Additionally, Cameron is highly active in the innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem where he is a co-founder and steward of the Sacramento Entrepreneurial Growth Alliance, a network of collaborative entrepreneurial ecosystem builders committed to growing equitable entrepreneurial opportunities and fueling a thriving regional economy. He is an Organizer for for 1 Million Cups, where he works to empower and elevate Sacramento entrepreneurs. Most recently he was selected to serve as the California State Co-coordinator and Sacramento organizer for Global Entrepreneurship Week by leadership at the Global Entrepreneurship Network. He serves on the leadership team and board of FourthWave.io, which is an accelerator for women-led tech businesses.

Cameron also is civically engaged as he serves on the City of Sacramento’s Inclusive Economic and Community Development Investment Committee, the nonprofit boards of the Neighborhood Wellness Foundation, Culture LabX, the Northern California World Trade Center and Advisory Board Member for the Growth Factory.

Cameron has a Master of Business in both Social Impact & Sustainability and International Business from The University of Queensland, Australia, a Bachelor of Science in Managerial Economics from UC Davis. He was one of the first 16 people to receive the Entrepreneurship Development Professional credential from the International Economic Development Council. He was selected in 2019 as a Sacramento Business Journal 40 Under 40 honoree and in 2022 was a finalist for Ecosystem Champion of the Year for the Global Entrepreneurship Network, one of Comstock’s Magazines Young Professionals of the Year as well as one of the 2023 40 Under 40 in Economic Development by Development Counsellors International and Jorgenson Consulting (partner of IEDC).