Meet the Team

Cameron Gonteski

TILTTING Project Mentor

Research Meteorologist specializing in:

Data Analysis, Outreach and Video.

Meteorological Accolades:

  • Millersville University Class of 2022 Meteorologist

    • Minors in Environmental Hazards & Emergency Management and Mathematics

    • Concentrated in Severe Weather Research

  • Creator and Leader of the MU Wx Balloon Launch Team

  • NOAA Ernest F. Hollings Scholar, Class of 2020

  • AMS Senior Scholar, 2021

  • Tim Samaras Scholar, 2020

  • Student Lead for NASA's IMPACTS Research Project (Investigation of Microphysics and Precipitation for Atlantic Coast-Threatening Snowstorms), 2021-2022

  • Student Lead for MU-PAST Research Project (Piedmont-area Storm Tracking), 2020

  • Student Lead for Millersville's Pittsburgh Research Project, 2019-2021

  • Researcher for various space weather and meteorological instrumentations projects

  • Former president of Millersville University's International Association of Emergency Managers Student Chapter (MU-IAEM)


Cameron currently resides in Barto, PA. She is heavily involved in research for Meteorology, as well as leading professional development in Emergency Management as President of Millersville's Student Chapter of the International Association of Emergency Managers. Cameron completed a 10-week internship at the National Weather Service in Memphis, TN studying the rotational velocity of tornado events. She also loves performing outreach with younger students interested in the Earth Sciences. To name just a few of her interests, during her free time, Cameron enjoys singing, dancing, traveling, reading, snuggling with her pets, and going on adventures with her friends. Since graduating, Cameron has accepted a position with IBM and will be relocating to the Boston Area.

While on TILTTING, Cameron has assisted in planning and project management as mentor to the student leads. Cameron also has extensive experience with data analysis and will be assisting in data analysis for this project.

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