Cameron Boucher joined BJH Advisors in June 2017 after earning his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Hamilton College. Cameron provides public and private clients with real estate, demographic, sectoral, and labor data analysis to help inform decision-making on economic development and real estate projects.
Since he joined BJH, Cameron has contributed to a report that analyzed the economic impact of development on Staten Island’s North Shore. He has also contributed to a study that examined global tourism practices and trends in relation to New York City. Additionally, he has conducted market analyses to assist with a financial feasibility study for a large development project in Long Island City, Queens.
Prior to joining BJH Advisors, Cameron was a marketing intern for the Baltimore Ravens and has served as a market research intern for the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore where he contributed to reports assessing the impact of STEM incubators and private-public sector partnerships on the local economy. For his thesis at Hamilton College, Cameron analyzed the impact of the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion provision on low-income groups. He has also performed research on the effects of collegiate athletic success on the academic strength of applicant pools.