Cameron Rasmussen is a social worker, educator and facilitator, and the program director at the Center for Justice at Columbia University, where he supports a variety of programmatic efforts to advance individual, institutional, and societal transformation for a safer and more just world. He is committed to reimagining our responses to human behavior and pathways to social justice and to contributing towards the larger movement of an anti-oppressive social work practice. At the Center for Justice, his work is focused on ending the punishment paradigm and advancing approaches to justice rooted in prevention, healing, and accountability.
Cameron is currently a PhD student in the CUNY Graduate Center’s Social Welfare program. He is an adjunct lecturer at Columbia School of Social Work and received his master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University.