Cameron Hollingshead has a wide-ranging background in finance, law, and urban planning. Before practicing law in Denver he was an in-house attorney and broker at Krambo, a boutique investment bank in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He specialized in the sale and securitization of home loans of Habitat for Humanity affiliates nationwide. Cameron studied law at George Washington University, with a focus on legislative and regulatory processes, environmental law, and regional planning law. He also served as a legislative intern in the office of Washington D.C. Councilmember Mary M. Cheh. He went on to earn a Master of Urban Planning and a Professional Certificate in Real Estate Development from the University of Michigan. As an undergraduate, Cameron was a Trustee of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania for three years and attended the Robert E. Cook Honors College. He enjoys road cycling, gardening, reading, and pro bono work for Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.
The George Washington University Law School, J.D.
University of Michigan, M.U.P.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, B.A.
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National Association of Bond Lawyers