A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly. Specialization is for insects. — Robert A. Heinlein, 1973, Time Enough For Love
Guerrilla Sales Tactics & Internet Marketing Strategies
“My mission is to help you achieve yours. I push the limits of Internet technology and marketing strategy to your business advantage. I don’t outspend the competition – I outsmart them!”
Cameron Freeman has an eclectic history of enduring effort, successes and references, thriving at the highest levels in competitive business environments. His business expertise as a guerrilla-marketing consultant specializing in Internet marketing strategy, includes: e-commerce solutions, search engine optimization, web-development, web layout and design, and online marketing and networking strategies to drive meaningful business to his client’s domain.
Cameron Freeman is known for his ability to conceive, target, design, direct and fulfill successful advertising, marketing and media campaigns for a wide range of large to small clients in a wide variety of vertical markets.
Bachelor’s Degree | Socio-Cultural Anthropology | B.A. (Honours) with High Distinction
In my role as a Managerial Anthropologist, I evaluate decisions developed through policy, provide feedback, and formulates new policies and/or improves old ones.I have proven business credentials that have been honed over thirty-five years as a guerrilla marketing consultant specializing in fundraising, personal development training, media relations, marketing and Internet and Web development. Specializing in public policy analysis and recommendations in the area of community-based health programs and religious diversity in the public sphere, I help researchers and administrators with government agencies design relevant new programs and/or update existing policies. It is here that cultural anthropology has many strengths that are useful in the development of new and/or the modification of existing, public policies.
Over ten years archiving experience, I have implemented collecting, preserving, cataloguing and displaying archival collections strategies in a small museum setting to a global organization with numerous archive committees and repositories. Proven coaching abilities to liaise with archivists around the world to increase enthusiasm and participation with the organization’s archival projects. Adept at working on projects independently or in a committee or team setting. A successful track-record as a critical thinker and project manager with highly developed interpersonal skills for enhancing workplace momentum with clients and staff.
- FilemakerPro Database Creation, Design, Layout
- Data Entry: 80-90 wpm
- Microsoft Office: Word, Xcel, PowerPoint
- Web Design & Internet Marketing: WordPress, HTML Programming, CSS, Ecommerce, Blogs, E-Newsletters, Email Marketing
- Graphic Design: Photoshop, GIMP
- Project Management, Proposal Writing, Staff Coaching
- Social Media, Whatsapp, Messenger, Zoom for workflow management and momentum
- Internal and External Stakeholder Relations
C.A. World Services Office Inc., Los Angeles, California 2012-present
Southern Ontario C.A. Inc., Toronto, Ontario 2009-present
- Collected and preserved approximately 10,000 cultural artifacts in the Head Office repository located in Los Angeles and over 2000 cultural artifacts in the Toronto office. Items archived included: pulp documents, digital files, ceramics, textiles, large format documents, ephemera, and small objects.
- Setup environmentally controlled archival rooms for the safe storage of the Los Angeles and Toronto repositories.
- Resourced and ordered all archival supplies from a variety of sources, within budget, that best complemented the tasks for which they were required.
- Designed and implemented a database solution using FilemakerPro14 for cataloguing collections in both CAWSO and its affiliates.
- Designed and launched a virtual museum with the theme, “Every Object Has A Story.” Outcomes of this archival project included:
- Facilitated greater participation of the organization’s archivists in an inclusive “grass-roots”—”ground-up” approach to the organization’s archival project.
- Generated heightened enthusiasm from archivists around the world to participate in building a virtual repository of the organization’s cultural history.
- By giving stakeholders greater access to their collective history, the virtual museum facilitated stronger organizational identity and higher retention rates of its stakeholders.
- Provided an easy-to-access online resource for archival training.
- Chaired several archive committees on numerous archiving projects including: audio interviews, transcriptions, cataloguing, collecting and acquisitions, archival presentations, and historical research.
- Installed hardware and software for digitalizing audiocassette tapes into mp3 file formats.
- Implemented regular scheduled redundant digital archive backups of internal office documents as well as web and online digital files.
- Created a global directory of the organization’s archivists, including contact data, detailed notes and descriptions of the affiliate’s archiving practices, preservation and storage of their repository.
- Sourced and arranged for professional development of 67 archivists and archive committee Chairs across the world which honed their knowledge and awareness of archiving practices and procedures.
- Researched and wrote archiving guidelines and procedural manuals, historical PowerPoint presentations, and newsletter articles for the organization’s stakeholders and archivists. This raised awareness of the importance of creating and maintaining an archive and increased expertise in archival practices and procedures.
- Wrote monthly and quarterly progress reports to the Trustees, Office Board and Committee Chairs.
Bachelor of Arts, Honours with High Distinction, University of Toronto, ON – 2016
Specialist in Religion, Department of Religion. Socio-Cultural Anthropology Major, Department of Anthropology. Focused on museum studies in 4th year.
RELEVANT COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Baycrest Health Sciences Centre / The Morris & Sally Justein Heritage Museum – 2011-present. More than 1000 hours of volunteer service supporting Baycrest’s Museum on Wheels” implementing Judaism with residents and patients. Responsibilities include:
- Conducted inventory management and safe handling of the museum’s collection in preparation for a storage room renovation.
- Provided client/staff relations support at museum public functions.
Engaged patients with objects of Judaica, evoking reminiscent memories and storytelling to improve cognitive health and well-being.