Cameron is responsible for sourcing, securing, and transacting tenant representation and brokerage fee service business for the healthcare advisory group.  He has 12 years of experience in commercial real estate.


Prior to joining Transwestern, Cameron worked in the Tennessee and Mid-South region for Crye-Leike Commercial where he was a company, regional and national sales award winner.  Cameron’s focus has been on site selection, development, and transactional business within the medical office industry.  He has successfully secured representation agreements and completed transactions involving single practitioners, medical groups, and hospital systems, as well as advising and assisting doctors and healthcare officials with their real estate investments.  Before moving to Houston, Cameron also completed leasing to capacity the 21 building mixed use 165,000 square feet Corporate Gardens Business Park in Germantown, TN for regional development client Speed Enterprises.
Cameron also has experience in the healthcare service industry, working with national clients such as Texas Children’s Pediatric Associates, St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System, Surgeon’s Management, Inc., Medicap Pharmacies (Cardinal Health), DaVita Dialysis, Volunteers of America, and Rural/Metro ambulance service.  In 2007, Cameron relocated the Southeastern regional headquarters for Rural/Metro in a deal that brought together personal clients from the development, construction management, and healthcare service industries.  He has also consulted on surgery centers, emergency clinics, healthcare educational facilities, laboratories and research centers, medical charitable trusts, and not-for-profit healthcare ventures.


Cameron has been involved with several civic organizations in a mentoring and advisory role.  He has previously chaired the Bravo board for ArtsMemphis and been a committee chair for other civic endeavors and partnerships.  Since moving to Houston, Cameron has served as a Sunday school teacher at Houston’s First Baptist Church, as well as working on the First Baptist Academy Planning Committee.  He has also worked in a mentoring role with the real estate students at the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston.


Cameron has a bachelor’s of arts degree in political science from David Lipscomb University (1995) and a master’s of arts degree in political science from University of Memphis (2002).  He is a licensed real estate salesman in Texas and Tennessee.