When a client comes into the office to meet with their financial advisor, Cameran is often the first person they see. Whether you are a new client of Sterling, or have been meeting with us for decades, you can expect Cameran to make you feel at home the moment you step into the office.
She is responsible for maintaining a tidy appearance throughout the office, sending email reminders and confirmation cards for upcoming meetings, gathering and preparing client paperwork and assisting in the office wherever it is needed. When you receive a birthday card or other special occasion card or gift, Cameran had a role in that effort. She thrives in her role of making our clients feel valued and ensuring they always receive the best service possible.
Cameran began with Sterling as an intern in 2019 and loved working here so much that she decided to stick around. She loves building relationships with our clients and catching up on what’s happening in their lives. She wants each one to feel like the most valued client.
St. Cloud State University
Cameran was born in Robbinsdale and spent majority of her life growing up in Delano with her two brothers, cousin and mom. She has always been very close with her family and looks forward to holidays where they can all (mostly) be together.
In her free time, Cameran enjoys hiking up on Minnesota’s North Shore, traveling and crafting. The North Shore holds a special place for Cameran since she and her husband, Michael, got married in Tofte in 2019. She is saving to make her next travel adventure a European getaway where she will journey through Spain, France and Germany.
She recently started her own patio garden and is especially happy about her growing zucchinis. In addition to her outdoor activities, Cameran makes her own soaps, laundry detergents and candles.
Cameran lives in Plymouth with her husband, and their cats, Skizzy and Slate. She and her husband get very competitive playing card and board games. Their favorite games to play are UNO and Monopoly.
While she is more focused on more immediate goals to own a home and travel, when the time for retirement comes, Cameran hopes to be in a comfortable financial position. She plans to volunteer at animal shelters and elementary schools in her community, while also finding time to travel the world.