Cameron Flowers is a 7th generation South Carolinian having been born and raised in Aynor, South Carolina. He grew up working on his family’s tobacco and swine farm, and in high school won both the state FFA soil judging and farm business management competitions. Cameron received his B.S. in Food Science from Clemson University where he served as Student Body Vice-President. As Vice-President, Cameron helped oversee a $2.4 million budget, led a team that raised the Clemson PSA (agriculture) funding by almost 10%, and helped refocus Clemson’s emphasis on keeping agriculture a top priority for the future. Also at Clemson, he was a member of the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity – a fraternity based on the principals of agriculture, Tiger Brotherhood, Blue Key Honors Society, and the Interfraternity Council. At Clemson, Cameron was great at building relationships with people and offered a straight shooters mentality style of networking.
After graduation from Clemson in December of 2013, Cameron decided to stay in the agriculture field. He joined the AgAmerica team as a Correspondent Lender for the Carolinas. Additionally, Cameron has a small cattle herd that offers healthy, grass-fed Angus beef within the local market. Cameron has been around farming his entire life and these experiences allow him to relate and understand first-hand what his clients go through on a day to day basis.
Cameron loves the outdoors, where he enjoys hunting, fishing, and sports. He is a huge Clemson Tigers supporter and avid Atlanta Braves fan. He attends Gethsemane Baptist Church where he is a member of the choir.