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Construction manager

Kimberly Annette Cameron, American construction manager. Recipient Equity Initiative award American Association of University Women, 1994-1995, Mary Ellen Shadd Strong Pathfinder award Organisation of Islamic Cooperation-General Motors, 1995, Darlene H. Johnson Volunteer Achievement award NAWIC Education Foundation, 1997.

Background

Cameron, Kimberly Annette was born on November 15, 1967 in Milwaukee. Daughter of James Lee Junior and Georgia Mae (Parker) Cameron.

Education

Degree in construction management, University Wisconsin, 1990. Master of Business Administration in Finance, Concordia University, 1996.

Career

Project manager, estimator Hazardous Substance Abatement Contractors, Denver and Milwaukee, 1991-1992. Director of real estate Northwest Side Comty. Development Corporation, Milwaukee, 1992-1994.

Director home improvement services Opportunities Industrialization Center Greater Milwaukee, 1994-1998. Project development Mercy Housing Southeast, Inc., Belmont, North Carolina, since 1998. Panelist women exploring apprenticeship Waukesha (Wisconsin) County Technology College, 1994.

Membership

Member Future Milwaukee, 1995-1996. Member National Organization for Women (vice president Milwaukee chapter 1996), National Association Women in Constitution (certified construction industry technician, national chair competition Milwaukee chapter # 105 1995-1997, president 1996-1997), National Black Master of Business Administration Assn (Milwaukee charter president).

Connections

father:
James Lee Cameron Junior

mother:
Georgia Mae (Parker) Cameron