SEEDs Cohort Member
College: College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
Major/Program: Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership
Rank: Graduate student (Master level)
Hometown: Jeffersonville, Ohio
Kameron S. Rinehart is a native of Jeffersonville, Ohio, and is currently a master's degree student within the College of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences studying Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership (ACEL), focusing on International Development and Community Leadership. Kameron serves as a Graduate Research and Teaching Associate for the ACEL Department. At Ohio State, Kameron is a member of the Graduate Student Association, represents ACEL on the CFAES Graduate Student Advisory Committee and serves as Vice-Chair, serves on the ACEL Departments Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, and serves as a Graduate Student Delegate on Senior Vice President of Student Life Dr. Melissa Shiver's Student Experience and Engagement Cohort. Before coming to Ohio State, Kameron attended Wilmington College, where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Business. While at Wilmington, Kameron was involved in many organizations, including Residence Life as an RA, Collegiate Farm Bureau, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Greek Council, Student Philanthropy Council, and Student Government, where he served as Student Body President senior year. The Miami Trace High School graduate currently serves on the Fayette County Farm Bureau Board of Directors as Vice President and the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation's Young Agricultural Professionals State Committee as Co-Chair. Kameron has also served on the Ohio 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees, as an Ohio FFA State Officer in 2016-2017, and as a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha International Fraternity Board of Directors. In the future, Kameron hopes to serve as a faculty member teaching agriculture and leadership courses, with hopes to one day move into college and university administration.