Cameron Jorgenson is the Associate Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics at Campbell University Divinity School and the program director for the Master of Arts in Faith and Leadership Formation. He has served at the Divinity School since 2008. His work explores the intersection of theology, culture, and moral formation. His recent research has focused on virtue and vice, as well as the theological significance of food.
Cameron hails from Phoenix, Arizona, but his wife, Kelly, is a native of Fayetteville, North Carolina. She introduced him to the glories of the North Carolina State Fair, the true meaning of barbecue, and the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean. They are the proud parents of two daughters.