Cameron Macdonald’s career has focused on the creation, provision, and dissemination of scientific and technical research and information.  Most recently, Cameron has led the privatization process that saw the move of the National Research Council of Canada’s NRC Research Press from a government program to a not-for-profit private corporation headquartered in Ottawa. Prior to working for NRC Research Press, Cameron worked for CISTI, Canada’s National Science Library in a variety of positions, including Director, Publisher Relations, Manager of Marketing Services, and Manager of Electronic Products Services.  Before joining CISTI, Cameron worked for the Canadian Standards Association, the provincial Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations, Technical Standards Division and several engineering and architecture organizations. Cameron is currently retired but very active on the boards of the Canadian Association of Learned Journals and Access Copyright. Cameron has a Masters in Library Science from University of Toronto and a Bachelors of Arts from Trent University.