Brian H. Cameron is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business & Enterprise Architecture practice. He is the Associate Dean for Professional Graduate Programs in the Smeal College of Business at the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Cameron is also Founding Director of the Center for Enterprise Architecture in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State and Founding President of the Federation of Enterprise Architecture Professional Organizations (FEAPO). He has worked with a wide portfolio of companies on a variety of consulting engagements, ranging from systems integration projects to enterprise and business architecture planning and design. Dr. Cameron has consulted with Accenture, AT&T Wireless, Avaya, Boeing, EMC Corp, Lockheed Martin, NSA, Oracle, Raytheon, US Marine Corps, and many others.
Dr. Cameron’s primary research and consulting interests include EA value measurement, hybrid EA framework development, enterprise integration, information management and storage, and the use of simulations and gaming in education. The main focus areas for his teaching efforts are on graduate and senior-level capstone EA, enterprise integration, and IT consulting and information architecture courses. Dr. Cameron has designed and taught executive education sessions for senior IT executives on such topics as strategic alignment of IT and business strategies, EA value measurement, adaptive EA, IT governance, IT portfolio management, service-oriented architecture, and business process management.
Dr. Cameron is TOGAF- and Zachman-certified and has developed an extensive background in the DoDAF, FEAF, and Gartner frameworks. He is an EACOE-certified enterprise architect and serves on the boards and working committees of several international professional organizations and journals. Dr. Cameron is a member of the Professional Education Standards Committee of the International Professional Practice Partnership (IP3), a member of the board of trustees for the Center for the Advancement of the Enterprise Architecture Profession and Business Architecture Guild, co-chair of the Academic Alliance Committee for the Special Interest Group on EA for the Industry Advisory Council of the US federal government, and a member of the editorial review boards for Journal of Enterprise Architecture; International Journal on Cyber Behavior; Psychology and Learning; Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management; Journal of Information Systems Education; and International Journal on E-Learning. He was awarded the NPA Career Achievement Award in 2011 for efforts related to the founding of FEAPO, the building of the Center for Enterprise Architecture, and associated service to the EA profession. He can be reached at email@example.com.