Cameron is a dynamic, young entrepreneur who has a passion to see young people flourish and make the most of the God-given talent.  Cameron spent time studying a BCom Finance Degree at the University of Johannesburg. After graduating from University he worked for ABSA Bank as an investment banker and later as a SAP Finance consultant. In his mid-twenties he started his own property and investment company and it has built up a significant share and property portfolio.

 

Even though Cameron had a successful corporate and business career, he had this burning desire for young people who are lost and don’t have a direction in life.  He could not ignore the social economic conditions that many people in our Country live under. Many people in our country come from broken families which has led to many broken individuals. We have people living in extreme poverty, high levels of violence, human trafficking, HIV/AIDS and little to no access to adequate health care, education and economic opportunities. He then decided in some way to be a form of change and to play his part in being a catalyst for social change.

 

This led Cameron on journey to where today, he is currently a church planter and lead pastor of Redpost church.

 

He says, “I’m so excited to being part of Changemakers hub and to interact with like minded individuals who are passionate for change and to play our part in making this country a better place that our children and our children’s children can proud of.”

About The Author

Tasneema Diest

A multimedia designer. She is passionate about videography, something she says gives her the ability to take all that surrounds our everyday life and interpret it in unexpected ways. She takes pleasure in being able to translate messages using unconventional methods. For her, it's about making everyday objects interesting and more aesthetically pleasing. She enjoys traveling, music, films, and spending time with family and friends when she’s not designing. She believes she is a change maker, adding, “Life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.”

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