Cameron Norman is an innovation archaeologist of sorts, channeling his inner Indiana Jones to problems related to health and wellbeing. He works with health and human service sector organizations to uncover the impact of their work through research and design. Cameron is the Principal of CENSE Research + Design, a social innovation consultancy focused on training, program design, evaluation and strategic communication. His specialization is working with programs operating in highly complex, dynamic environments and helping organizations and their partners better adapt and thrive in those conditions.
Dr. Norman has graduate degrees in psychology and public health and is part of the community of learners in the Masters of Design program in Strategic Foresight and Innovation at OCADU. He is also an adjunct professor in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto where he’s taught courses on systems thinking, behaviour change and health promotion.
Topic: Healthy publics and healthy policies