Cammie has lived in the Washington, D.C. area since age ten when her parents moved from Georgetown, Guyana, South America. As a child, she loved the Seawall as she watched the waves, and as an adult, she embraces the peace and tranquility of how water brings a connection to hope and renewal.
Cammie’s journey has taken her through many career paths as a pastor, clinician, educator, broker/owner, national speaker, and author, all which have defined a meaningful purpose in her life.
She is a broker/owner for a real estate brokerage and school. She is licensed in many states from Pennsylvania to Florida and holds countless NAR designations. Cammie is a Distinguished Real Estate Educator (DREI).
She is the president and founder of Nani House whose mission is to help individuals and families with basic needs, food, clothing, and housing.
She is trained in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), Group Psychotherapy, Zen Therapy, Negotiation, and Mediation/Conflict Resolution. She is a well-recognized speaker at the local, state, and national levels.
She has degrees in business (BS & MBA), counseling (MS) and theology (MDiv & DMin) from the University of Maryland, Columbia College, Loyola University and Howard University, respectively.
Cammie’s goal is to visit all fifty states to learn about various cultures and lifestyles. She lives in Maryland with her husband and youngest son, with her oldest son living close by. Family is an integral part of her life.