• Address: 3845 N. Harlem Ave. Chicago, IL 60634
  • (773) 530-1388
  • Address: 3845 N. Harlem Ave. Chicago, IL 60634
  • (773) 530-1388

Melih Cam

Melih was born and raised in Turkey, and has been residing in the Chicago area for more than 20 years. He has a BS in electrical engineering from Gazi University, Ankara, and an MS in electrical engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. After earning his MS degree, he worked as an electrical hardware design engineer in fiber optics communication and cable TV fields in Chicagoland. During this time, he also completed his MBA at DePaul University, Chicago. He currently works at an electronic design automation company as a Senior Systems Application Engineer.

He has been committed to serving the Turkish-American Community in various capacities. He has been a TACA member for many years and has been involved in many TACA events. He was one of the members of the first Chicago Turkish Festival organizing committee. He is also a proud alumnus of TACA Ataturk School’s elite group of volunteer teachers. In addition to volunteer teaching at Ataturk School, he served as a math tutor at TACA to help prepare students for SAT/ACT’s.

He is also a board member of Turkish American Association for Cultural Exchange (TAACE) for more than 15 years. As a board member of TAACE, he was involved in organizing many TAACE activities and participating in events to promote Turkish culture here in USA; among them are the Chicago Turkish Festival, Skokie Festival of Cultures and Turkish Heritage Day at University of Chicago.