CRHA Welcomes A New Commissioner - Camron T. Phillips
CRHA is pleased to announce the appointment of Commissioner Camron T. Phillips on July 14, 2021.
Join us in welcoming Commissioner Phillips.
Camron Phillips is a proven leader and humble professional. Through transformational leadership coaching and consulting, he promotes organizational strategies and fund development planning to meet community needs in a positive and highly efficient manner.
Raised in low income housing units throughout Mercer County, Pennsylvania. Currently, a 34-year old bi-racial African American and one of seven brothers. A positive statistic after living over 12 years within the foster care system due to drug addicted parents; emancipated at the age of 17 through a youth independent living program.
A graduate of University of Maryland Global Campus and University of Notre Dame School of Business, he currently serves as a 16-year Active Duty U.S. Navy Sailor and the Business Owner of Move In Purpose, LLC providing coaching, strategizing, and consulting services in organizational and personal development including writing grant proposals and creating fund development plans for small businesses and nonprofit organizations. He maximizes identifying purpose, cultivating time, talent and treasure while increasing and diversifying funding sources. A trusted strategist and life coach with a 24/7 solution minded approach to any problem. Offering 10 plus years of organizational leadership and fund development experience through servant leadership actions.
His leadership commitment is shown within his community involvement. He was recently appointed as Commissioner on the city of Chesapeake’s Housing and Redevelopment Authority Board. He currently serves as Chesapeake’s NAACP Vice President, 1st Chair; Board Member and Chief Development Officer for 3 non-profit organizations: Project Connection Foundation, INC (Hampton Roads), First Tee Golf of Virginia Peninsula YMCA, and Zion Education Center (Farrell, PA) resulting in leading both paid and non-paid staff members committed to making change within our communities.
January 2020-Present: NAACP Next Generation Social Justice Leadership Development Program
March-June 2021: United Way of South Hampton Roads’ Project Inclusion Board Governance Leadership Development Program
August 2020: Executive Level Nonprofit Management, Univ. of Notre Dame.
June-August 2020: Effective Grant Proposal Writing, Univ. of Notre Dame.
April-June 2019: Effective Nonprofit Fundraising Strategies, Univ. of Notre Dame.
April-June 2019: Principles of Leading Transformational Nonprofit, Univ. of Notre Dame.