Cameron M Lindahl M.S.

Cameron M Lindahl M.S.

CPT Institute

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Established in 1994, CPT Institute is the nation’s leading 501(c)(3) tax-exempt trust provider offering Special Needs Trusts, Settlement Management Trusts, and Minors Trusts. Cameron Lindahl serves as the Senior Trust Officer for CPT Institute. Cameron is responsible for protecting CPT Institute's tax-exemption by directing the educational outreach programs to professionals involved in the settlement process, predominantly practicing attorneys. Other duties include being responsible for coordinating sales and marketing nationwide, managing the the other Trust Officers, and providing continuous professional development to the team at CPT Institute.

Cameron received his graduate degree in Policy and Evaluation while conducting mixed-method research on educational policy in the United States. He then proceeded into the classroom as a teacher where he served students with special needs. Cameron continues to spread education as he assists professionals and families across the country unpack and mitigate issues related to government benefits. Cameron also regularly publishes articles and blogs relating to government benefits and the community of people living with disabilities. When he is not working Cameron enjoys traveling, home improvement, and camping with his family.

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Suite 310
San Marcos, CA 92069

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