Kameron Dawson joined A Better Balance in 2019. Located in the Southern Office in Nashville, TN, Kameron works on policy advocacy, litigation, and public education on issues ranging from pregnancy accommodations to paid leave. Kameron has engaged in numerous public speaking engagements, such as presenting at the Tennessee Breastfeeding Symposium, Louisiana Status of Women for the Governor’s Office, and the National WIC Association’s Annual Conference. She recently received an award from the Alabama Chapter of Women in the NAACP for her keynote presentation on legal rights in Alabama. Kameron graduated from the University of Georgia, and earned her J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she served as an executive editor of the Tennessee Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice, the candidacy process editor for the Tennessee Journal of Law & Policy, and a student attorney in the Community Economic Development clinic. She also served as Chair in the school’s Student Council on Diversity & Inclusion, creating engaging programs that focused on issues of diversity and the law. Prior to joining A Better Balance, Kameron served as a 5th grade educator with Teach for America.