2014 Citation Award Dinner Cabinet

Don Cameron, Co-Chair
Jayne Cameron, Co-Chair
Patricia R. Cross
Mae Douglas
Shirley T. Frye
Denny Kelly
Emily Kitchen
Cathy Levinson
Randy Parker
Freddy Robinson
Eleanor Schnaffner-Mosh
Randy Spivey

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Susan Feit
Alison Jones
Tanaya Suddreth


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Don and Jayne Cameron

2014 Citation Award Dinner Chairs

NCCJ has named community leaders Don and Jayne Cameron as co-chairs of the 2014 Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner. The Camerons’ awareness and appreciation of NCCJ began in the early 90’s when their daughter attended ANYTOWN. Later, in 2004, Don served as NCCJ’s Walk as One Fundraising Chairman. “As former ANYTOWN parents, we are honored to be chairing the Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner,” the Camerons said. “NCCJ plays a vital role in our community as it strives to build one free of bias, bigotry and racism. We deeply embrace this noble mission and urge our friends in the Piedmont Triad region to join us in supporting this worthwhile cause.”

Don retired in 2011 as President Emeritus from Guilford Technical Community College where he served 30 years, 20 years as president. He is presently the President/CEO of Don Cameron & Associates, an educational leadership consulting firm, and is the Senior Partner in the firm of National Search & Education Consulting. His involvement over the years with professional, community and nonprofit organizations is extensive and include having leadership roles with the fundraising efforts of the United Way of Greater Greensboro, the American Heart Association, Family Services of the Piedmont, and the YMCA of Greensboro. He is a former chair of the High Point Regional Healthcare System and is presently serving on the board of the newly-formed High Point Community Health Fund.

Jayne is a retired Guilford County Schools media specialist. Her experience in high school as a foreign exchange student to Argentina inspired the Camerons to become a host family with the Greensboro’s Irish Children Summer Program and to later host a foreign exchange student in their home for two years. Her interest and work with young children has naturally led to her volunteer involvement with both the Boys Scouts and Girl Scouts, local GCS PTA  groups and the children’s weekday school programming at their church, Christ United Methodist.

The Camerons are the proud parents of two adult children and three grandchildren, ages 5, 9, and 16.