Lecturer and Director of the Bingham Entrepreneur CenterDepartment(s):
- Marketing and Strategy
MBA Utah State University 2019
M.Ed. University of Utah 1999
B.A. Political Science and Government University of Massachusetts, Amherst 1996
Cameron J. Cuch is a Lecturer in the Department of Marketing & Strategy in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business and is Director of the Bingham Entrepreneur Center at Utah State University. He formerly served as a University Administrator at USU’s Statewide Uintah Basin campus. Cameron founded the Sachem Group, LLC, and Sachem Engineering Group, LLC, and has consulted with numerous corporations in the areas of energy development, business strategy, regulatory environment, organizational effectiveness, and leadership development. His clients have included Halliburton, Finley Resources, Integrated Energy Companies IEC, Summit Energy, Peak Well Service, and Jones & DeMille Engineering. He was also a Co-Founder of Jade Energy, LLC, a company focused on the transportation of crude oil and energy-related products (divested interest). Cameron formerly served as Vice President of Government Affairs & Regulatory for Crescent Point Energy, a publicly-traded oil and gas company NYSE/TSE: CPG, based in Calgary Alberta Canada with operations in Canada, North Dakota and Utah. In his role, Cameron served on the U.S Corp management team and represented Crescent Point Energy in U.S. governmental affairs and regulatory matters. Before joining Crescent Point Energy, Cameron was part of the successful start-up of Ute Energy LLC, an oil, gas, and midstream company jointly owned by the Ute Indian Tribe and private equity fund Quantum Energy Partners Houston, Texas. At Ute Energy, he worked in several areas of growing responsibility before becoming Vice President of Corporate Development. He later joined Crescent Point Energy after the successful purchase and sale of Ute Energy Upstream LLC for $861 million in 2012. The Ute Indian Tribe retained Ute Energy Midstream LLC. His early career work began in higher education at Colorado State University-Fort Collins, CO and in tribal government with the Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah & Ouray Reservation, Utah. Cameron and his wife Marilyn have two children.