Vice President, Operations
Team Member since 2001
Cameron joined the KeyMark family in 2001 and currently serves as Vice President of Operations. Representing the professional services team, Cameron is responsible for ongoing customer support, the implementation of projects, product development and KeyMark IT/IS. Prior to his employment with KeyMark, Cameron spent seven years as a software engineer and consultant.
Things you may not know about Cameron:
- I am the youngest of 7 children
- I was on my high school varsity alpine ski team – slalom and giant slalom
- My job during college was in concert production. I worked a variety of shows from Ozzy Osbourne to James Taylor, from the B-52s to Bob Hope. My favorite memory of that is opening the auditorium and getting a 4-hour private concert while George Winston practiced late at night the evening before a show.
Q + A with Cameron
If you could have dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would it be and why?
Benjamin Franklin – he was a model for continuous self-improvement and self-reliance. He’s dead so I’d have dinner with him at 33 Liberty which closed long ago. It was my favorite restaurant, though, and I figure if I can conjure the dead I can probably also get the restaurant to re-open.
What’s the most unusual place you have visited?
The Emanuel Vigeland Museum at Slemdal in Oslo, Norway
What’s the most unusual item in your desk drawer?
A strip of Alfred E Newman stickers
What music do you listen to when no one is around?
The same as I do when people are around – 70’s rock
If you could tell the next generation one thing, what would it be?
Put down the electronics and go do stuff
What do you enjoy doing when you’re not working?
Cooking, hiking, reading
If you could go anywhere, right now, for 5 days all expenses paid, where would it be?
What is your favorite quote, and why?
“Societies grow great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.”
If you had to get a brand tattooed on your arm, what would it be?
KeyMark, of course
At age 10, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A video game designer
If you could spend a week anywhere in the world, where would it be?