Cameron “Coalescence” Hill

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Cameron is a junior from San Mateo, CA majoring in Anthropology and minoring in English. Cameron joined Chimes to make deeper connections to her Chimes cohort, the Washu community and the greater St. Louis area. In her time at Washu, she has tutored at the Hawthorn School for Girls and served on the Institute of Public Health’s interdisciplinary Global Health Student Advisory Committee. As an Aspen Institute Young Leaders Fellow, she is interested in understanding the factors responsible for the high rate of pre-trial detention in St. Louis jails and currently works as an intern in the Department of Corrections downtown. She has also worked since June 2016 in Dr. Joshua Rubin’s pediatric neuro-oncology lab investigating biological sex differences in brain tumors in order to identify novel targets for treatment. Cameron’s interests include hiking, writing and trying new foods.