Dr. Primrose Cameron, Florida Education Association’s Professional Development and Educational Research Director has spent the last 20 years as a devoted educator, counselor, professional development specialist, community activist and union advocate. She is a graduate of Bethune Cookman University, Stetson University and Argosy University.
A daughter of Jamaican immigrants, who have been married for over 45 years, and provided a military upbringing for Primrose to appreciate the world around her.
Dr. Cameron has honed her skills as a motivational speaker, empowerment coach and author, who truly believes in assisting men and women towards the path of personal fulfillment. She has a gift of dialogue and communication that carries throughout a room and she has never met a stranger. As the author of Princess Primrose goes to Washington DC and Princess Primrose goes to Jamaica, she writes about children who blossom with love and care, family togetherness, kindness and patience.
She is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Junior Service League and NAACP. She is the founder of the Sisters Build Network, CEO/founder of Sisters Build Network for Girls, Inc. which provides mentoring and support for young girls in grades 3rd-12th, and the founder of the Calling a Few Good Men Conference to empower men.