Cameron Horn

Manager, Rural Business Development

Jobst Hall 141
(309) 271-9244


Cameron Horn comes from an extensive background of rural business development. Growing up and living in a small rural farming community, he gained immense of knowledge on rural business growth and practices. He attained his Bachelors in Management & Leadership and MBA in Marketing from Bradley University. He has over 19 years combined of rural business experience, owning and operating two separate family businesses, both retail and service industries. Prior to filling the Rural Business Development Manager role, Cameron served as a business advisor for the SBDC for two years, advising clients on start-ups and existing businesses. He is very active in the community, volunteering at the Riverfront Museum and serving on the Board of Directors for his local Chamber of Commerce.


Currently Teaching

  • IB206 – Introduction to International Business
  • MTG 101 – Marketing Principles

Practice in Field

19 years combined owning two businesses in rural communities.


  • 2 years of Business advising with the SBDC

Corporate and Organizational Board Members

  • Director of Chamber of Commerce in Farmington


Selected University Service

  • Docent at Riverfront Museum