Region II Vice President
Cameron Dale
(918) 336-3311

Cameron Dale teaches agriculture at Bartlesville High School in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. She was elected as the NAAE Region II Vice President at the 2021 NAAE Convention after serving as the NAAE Region II Secretary.

After receiving her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in agricultural education from Oklahoma State University, Cameron began teaching in Elgin, Oklahoma. She has taught for a total of 9 years. After five years of teaching at Elgin High School, she taught at Newcastle High School for two years before she moved to her current position in Bartlesville.

Linking real-life experiences to student learning is the foundation of her instruction. As an agricultural education teacher, she appreciates the opportunity to teach her students through hands-on methods that relate to real-life situations.

Cameron has been involved in the leadership of NAAE and the Oklahoma Agricultural Education Teachers Association for several years. In OAETA, she is the social media manager. She has served as the secretary of the OAETA Competition and Awards committee and chairman of the Oklahoma STAR Grant committee. At the national level, she served as the secretary for the Policy and Bylaws committee and is currently a committee member. Cameron has received several awards in agricultural education, including the 2017 Region II Ideas Unlimited award, the 2017 Region II Outstanding Young Member award, and was a 2016 Teachers Turn the Key scholarship recipient. She was also the Oklahoma ACTE Young Teacher of the Year in 2017.

She currently resides in Collinsville, Oklahoma with her husband, Rob. They have three dogs, Ries, Malibu, and Coors, and four school reptiles, Addy, Lori, and Molly (ball pythons) and Crystal (bearded dragon).

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