Thought Partners for
Social Innovators

The ORS Impact team has earned a global reputation for leadership, insight and innovation. We work collaboratively with our clients, bringing our distinctive expertise in planning, measurement and evaluation to their most vexing challenges.

Cameron Hostetter (he/him)

Senior Consultant

Cameron contributes strong critical thinking skills to his work at ORS Impact, engaging in team-led efforts to help clients improve their learning and ultimately be more effective change-makers. He enjoys partnering with social change organizations to help them untangle complex challenges, understand the context and realities of those they seek to help, and deepen their impact. 

Whether working behind the scenes or co-facilitating a meeting, Cameron is always excited to use design to help communicate ideas, and sees as much power in the group decision-making process as what gets captured in the final product. He is driven by the opportunity to learn something new every day through his work collaborating with colleagues and clients. Cameron has also contributed to ongoing internal efforts around integrating race equity and social justice into ORS Impact’s project work and organizational culture. 

Cameron joined the ORS Impact team in June 2014 after working for a year as an affiliate. Prior, he worked as an Admissions Counselor at his alma mater, The Evergreen State College, where he earned a BA in Environmental Studies. Originally from Fullerton, California, he has called the Pacific Northwest home for the last decade. You may spot him in Seattle swimming in Lake Washington, playing guitar, working on his jump shot, or collaborating on art projects with his friends.

Sample Projects:

  • Developing data collection tools for the Race and Ethnic Equity and Inclusion team and the Leadership Development teams at the Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Supporting theory of change and strategy development for the #GivingTuesday initiative at 92Y’s Belfer Center for Innovation and Social Impact
  • Supporting the evaluation of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Community Leadership Network