Cameron McEllhiney is the Director of Training and Education for NACOLE. As the Director of Training and Education, Ms. McEllhiney plays a leading role in designing, coordinating, delivering, and evaluating the Annual NACOLE Conference along with other local and regional training programs. She also provides support to the Annual Conference Committee, the Local Committee, and the Training, Education, and Standards Committee, as well as to the President and the Board of Directors, the Director of Operations, and other committees, as needed.
Ms. McEllhiney first became involved with NACOLE in 1998 while she was a member of the Indianapolis Citizens' Police Complaint Board. She served with this Board for six years, including two as President. Since 2004, Ms. McEllhiney has performed work for NACOLE as a contractor, initially helping with bookkeeping and operations, and later transitioning to be the conference coordinator with a primary focus on planning and supporting the Annual Conference. In addition to her work with NACOLE, Ms. McEllhiney runs a small accounting business with members of her family. She also has worked for many years with local civic organizations for which she has planned special events, done fundraising and membership drives, and worked on budget, succession, and governance issues. Cameron received her undergraduate degree in political science from DePauw University and resides in Indianapolis, Indiana with her husband and daughters.