Cameron Robson joined the Government Internal Audit Agency (GIAA) in August 2016.
Initially, he was the Group Chief Internal Auditor for the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC).
In October 2019, he took on the role of GIAA’s Chief Operating Officer.
In a career spanning over 23 years in the Civil Service, Cameron has held senior finance, corporate service and policy roles in DHSC, and has a strong interest in cyber security and information governance.
Cameron is a qualified accountant (CIMA and ACCA), a barrister, and a graduate in both law and theology, with an LL.M in international law from the University of Liverpool.
Cameron has a deep-seated interest in people and workforce development, and is the chair of the Agency’s People Committee.
Until recently, Cameron was the Chair of the Blessed Christopher Wharton multi-academy Trust in the Bradford area of West Yorkshire, having spent over 20 active years as a school governor, mainly in the primary sector.
Now that he is spending more time in London, Cameron is looking for new volunteering opportunities.