Whycliffe ‘Dave’ Cameron

Overview

INDUCTEE 2018

Whycliffe ‘Dave’ Cameron

President Cricket West Indies Inc.

Whycliffe Dave Cameron was born
on April 8th, 1970. In 1982 while
attending High School he moved to the neighborhood of Kensington Cricket Club and Lucas Cricket Club. This was the start of his passion and affinity for cricket.

During those years he represented all the age group teams, during which time He was also selected to try out for the Jamaica Under-19 team on two occasions so as to participate in the West Indies Regional U-19 Tournament. Dave Cameron graduated from Kingston College in 1989, and earned the Douglas Forrest Scholarship (Sponsored by Frank Rance) for Hotel Management to pursue studies at the University of the

West Indies—Nassau Campus, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree, with First Class Honours.

In 1998 he graduated from the University of the West Indies with a Master’s of Science Degree in Computer-based Management Information Systems. Upon completion of his studies, Cameron held professional positions at two of Jamaica’s premier luxury resorts on the North Coast, before changing his focus to Finance. Over the years, he has worked his way up in Finance to today being Founder and CEO of Infiniti Capital Jamaica Ltd., a Licensed Securities Dealer in Jamaica. Despite his professional accomplishments and the demands of his career, Dave Cameron’s love for cricket never wavered. In 1997, under his management, the Kensington Cricket Club won Senior Cup and the inaugural County Championship, which marked the first semi-professional league in Jamaica.

In 2000, Cameron was asked to join the Jamaica Cricket Association as Assistant Treasurer and later as Treasurer. He has also been President of the Kensington Cricket Club since 2001. In May 2002, he was elected to the position of representative to West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). During his tenure, he chaired the Development, Marketing and Constitution Review Committee, among other ad hoc committees of the Board. In 2007 he was elected Vice President.

In 2013, Cameron contested the position of President of the then WICB and won for the first time with a total of 7 of the 12 votes. He was successful in being reelected to the Presidency in 2015, securing 8 votes.

Mr. Cameron currently serves as a member of the Development, Executive and Nominations Committees of the International Cricket Council (ICC). He is an avid sportsman, who represented Jamaica in the World Championships in Pistol Shooting in 2002. He regularly plays Golf and Tennis in his leisure time.

Dave Cameron is married to Connie Cameron, with whom he has 4 children.