Cameron Yap (he/him) is the Data Analyst at Neighborhood Data for Social Change. With this role, he develops NDSC’s data infrastructure, assists various projects with their quantitative needs, and maintains NDSC’s overall data protocols and integrity. Cameron’s research interests include racial justice, housing policy, and creating equitable and fair access to data within the community.
Cameron is a native of Orlando, FL and received a Master of Public Policy Data Science jointly from the USC Price School of Public Policy and the Viterbi School of Engineering in 2022. Prior to his time at NDSC, Cameron helped create equity report cards for school districts in North Carolina at the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation. He also worked with the North Carolina Housing Coalition to evaluate its community outreach efforts.