Clarence Cameron came to England from Trelawny, Jamaica in 1961 and worked as a bus driver before retiring on health grounds.
After making a spirited recovery he came into voluntary community work and has been an active member of a number of voluntary organisations including Oscar Sandwell, and Age Concern in addition to being the Chair and the Ofsted responsible person for SADWICA day care provision, the eldest African Caribbean voluntary organisation in Sandwell which specialises in Nursery provision.
In addition to his voluntary work Mr Cameron is a carer and has substantial experience within foster care. Fostering for Sandwell MBC for 18 years during which time he also acted as a mentor for new foster carers and was the Appropriate Adult for all looked after Children in Sandwell. In addition to being the Company Secretary, he currently chairs our ACRC Care Divisional Sub Group and sits on the Sandwell Schools Appeal Panel for school admissions and exclusions.
In 2008 he was awarded a Jamaican local heroes award in recognition of his contribution to voluntary and community work as well as receiving an award for voluntary work within early years in Sandwell.
Mr Cameron is a father of 5 and has 7 grandchildren.