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Dr. Primrose Cameron hails from Jamaican born parents and is first generation born in the United States. She is a motivational speaker, empowerment coach and author (Princess Primrose goes to Washington DC and Princess Primrose goes to Jamaica), who truly believes in assisting men and women towards the path of personal fulfillment and in the proud mother of one adult son. She has been an educator, counselor, and mentor for over 20 years and a graduate of Bethune Cookman University, Stetson University and Argosy University. She is the founder of the Sisters Build Network, CEO/founder of Sisters Build Network for Girls, Inc. (mentoring program for youth in grades 3-12) and the founder of the Calling a Few Good Men Conference. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Junior Service League of DeLand, West Volusia NAACP, OES Daughters of the King #670, Rotary Club of Deltona, Debary, Orange City and many more community organizations. She has a gift of dialogue and communication that carries throughout a room. She shares her gift of engagement while facilitating discussion groups, providing keynote speeches and interactive workshops. Her talks are often of issues that matter most, but not limited to building relationships, self-esteem building, eliminating self-talk, building confidence, setting your career path, activating your vision and defining your why, community engagement, securing a stronger self, functional families and creating balance. On any given day you might find Primrose empowering women and children or sharing a meal with family and friends on the beautiful island of Jamaica.



Sean King was born in Kingston Jamaica and grew up in Mount Vernon New York and Deltona Florida. Sean is a father of 5 and Grand grandfather of 5. Sean attended Morehouse College, DeVry University, and Keller Graduate School, Receiving a degree in Finance and operation Management and a Master's in Business Administration. Currently, Sean works for Future Foods in Ormond Beach, is the President of West Volusia NAACP, Founder of Man-Up Mentoring, Vice President of Sisters Build Network for Girls, and serves on several Boards. On any given day you might find Sean fighting for justice for a community member or throwing a fast/slow pitch to his grandson.

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Robert "Bob" Davis of Port Orange is the president and chief executive officer of the Lodging & Hospitality Association of Volusia County. He has served on the Board of Counselors for Bethune Cookman University and the Board of Hospitality Management for Daytona State College. Davis is a certified Hospitality Administrator and Hospitality Sales Professional. He has been reappointed to the Daytona State College District Board of Trustees for a term that ends May 31, 2019 by Governor Rick Scott. 

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