NAAE Program Manager - Professional Development and Teacher Recruitment and Retention
Cameron Earlywine joined the NAAE team in June 2022 as a Program Manager, and in this position, he is responsible for assisting NAAE in carrying out high quality and diverse programs and services that support the NAAE Mission. Cameron works primarily with programming related to professional development for agricultural educators as well as NAAE’s teacher recruitment and retention efforts.
Cameron's passion for NAAE began when he worked as a student worker for NAAE in 2014. Cameron graduated from the University of Kentucky with his Bachelor's degree in 2015 and from the University of the Cumberlands with his Master's degree in 2017. Cameron taught agriculture at Nicholas County Middle/High School for seven years. Throughout his teaching experience, Cameron became heavily involved with NAAE participating in the Teacher Turn the Key program, as a Region IV committee representative, and a National Agriscience Teacher Ambassador. He and his wife Caitlin, reside in Georgetown, KY with their three Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Burlee, Briar, and Bristol. He is passionate about livestock, traveling, and trying new and unique cuisines.