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Dr. Primrose Cameron


Dr. Primrose Cameron has worked and advocated for children in Volusia County for over 15 years and currently resides in West Volusia. For many years, she has known that she has wanted to help others while continuing to grow within her field of education. 

Dr.  Cameron earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Bethune Cookman-University in 1997. She went on to teach 9th grade English for several years. In addition to being a classroom teacher, she helped to promote and encourage parental involvement and cultural diversity.

After graduating with a Master’s degree in School Counseling and Family Consultation from Stetson University, she became a school counselor. As a guidance counselor, she worked on ways for students to gain a better understanding of diversity and cultural differences. She also helped to promote a sense of security and safety on campus. Dr. Cameron completed her doctoral studies at Argosy University and earned an EdD in Counseling Psychology.

Dr. Cameron is currently the professional learning and membership specialist for the Volusia Teachers Organization, the AFT/NEA affiliate in Daytona Beach, Florida, representing 3,400 teachers. In this role, she provides support for struggling teachers to provide them with the strategies needed for effective teaching. She is a certified educator in the areas of English 6-12 and school counseling and a certified professional development trainer. She is also an adjunct professor for graduate courses in the counseling department of a local university

On a personal level, Dr. Cameron is interested in the success of all people. She is a motivational speaker, mentor, book club president and image consultant. Her goals is to better serve this society by giving back to children in order to rear productive citizens.  She feels that we must all become culturally competent and exhibit this behavior throughout our workplace and in our community.

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