Teen Alumni Spotlight
Meet Cameron Eason. He graduated from The University of Texas at Austin and is the son of Father Corey and IP Lead Teen Sponsor Tomira Eason. Cameron has an impressive work ethic and is no stranger to generous community service. Cameron has received the International Day of Service Award for the Walk4Water Campaign. He’s been recognized for his dedication to service of humanity through medicine as a teen volunteer for Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center. Showing his commitment to service and health education, he has volunteered with the Houston Food Bank, United Way and Habitat for Humanity; as well as assisted teachers in educating children about the importance of general health at the Museum of Health & Medical Science.
Wise beyond his years, Cameron also has taught a “Money Matters” class to help educate children on how to invest in stocks by using a virtual investment application. As a member of the South Belt Houston Chapter, Cameron served the TOPS as Teen Chaplain and Foundation Chair.
Cameron graduated from Manvel High School in May 2016 and finished in the Top 6% of his class. He went on to attend The University of Texas at Austin the following fall semester. During his tenure in college, Cameron served as the trip leader for two medical mission trips to the Dominican Republic in 2017 and 2018 where he established health clinics in underserved communities outside of the capital city, Santo Domingo. Cameron also served as the President of the Iota Delta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity Incorporated at The University of Texas at Austin.
Cameron is an active member of New Hope Church where his love for Christ has led him to be a youth volunteer coordinator for the Promiseland kids program. Cameron enjoys interest outside of school and church including traveling, exercising, skiing and spending quality time with his family.
Cameron’s tenacity in pursuing a medical career has been manifested in a wide array of preparation since his early days as youth participant in the Baylor College of Medicine Saturday Morning Science program. In May 2020, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health, majoring in Health Promotion and Behavioral Science at The University of Texas at Austin. In the fall, Cameron will begin a one year Masters Degree program in Biomedical Sciences and then continue his education in medical school.