Cameron LeBlanc is a contributing editor at Fatherly. A graduate of Emory University and Columbia Journalism School, he spent several years as an educator, including two terms as an AmeriCorps volunteer, before becoming a journalist. He has written about everything from social policy to pop culture for Fatherly and interviewed medical doctors, education experts, and law professors along the way. Cameron lives in Brooklyn with his partner, son, and cat.
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