Ian O. Cameron is the proud and supportive husband of Susan Rice –who served as President Barack Obama’s last national security adviser.
Ian Cameron and his longtime Democratic foreign policy official wife have been married for over two decades and are the proud parents of two children.
His wife recently found herself at the center in the controversy over Russian meddling in last year’s election, she’s is said to have ‘unmasked’ Trump Officials.
Growing up, Ms Rice dreamed of becoming a senator for the District of Columbia. She graduated in history from Stanford University, then went to Oxford as a Rhodes scholar, where she completed a D Phil in international relations.
She has held a number of top jobs including working as an international management consultant at McKinsey & Company in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She also became the National Security Council in Washington, D.C., under President Clinton.
During her stint in the Bill Clinton White House, she was described as “brilliant” but also “authoritarian” and “brash.” In 2013, she was appointed national security adviser by Obama.
As for her family life, she is a happily married woman. Read her hubby’s top facts below.
1. His father used to own a Plywood Company.
Ian Officer Cameron’s father Newton D. Cameron owned the Victoria Plywood Company, a lumber company in Victoria, British Columbia.
2. He is a Stanford graduate.
Ian O. Cameron graduated from Stanford, and received a master’s in international relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science. It was at Stanford he and Susan Rice met.
3. He has been married for 25-years and is the father of two kids.
According to the couple’s wedding announcement, they have been married since 1992. Ian and Susan are the proud parents of son Jake and daughter, Maris.
4. He lived in Canada.
Right around the time of his wedding to Rice, Ian worked in Toronto for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He and Susan lived there until 1993.
5. He is a former ABC News producer.
Ian O. Cameron had been with ABC News since 1998 until he left in 2010. He served as the executive producer of ABC’s “This Week with Christiane Amanpour,” and had previously served as senior Washington producer for ‘ABC World News with Charles Gibson.’