Cameron MacKenzie, Assistant Professor
|Cameron MacKenzie, Assistant Professor, received a BS and BA from Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne (2001), an MA in International Affairs from The George Washington University (2003), an MS in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford University (2009), and a PhD in Industrial Engineering from the University of Oklahoma (2012). His research focuses on decision and risk analysis, with a particular emphasis on modeling the economic and business impacts caused by disruptions. He has analyzed the economic impacts caused by the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami, and he has developed a resource allocation model to help an economic region recover from a disaster like the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Previously, he consulted in the areas of defense and homeland security for former Defense Secretary William Cohen. Other work experiences include the RAND Corporation, the U.S. State Department, and the U.S. Embassy in Togo. Dr. MacKenzie joined the DRMI faculty in July 2012.|
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