The real question is what doesn’t Ginny do? As CEO of Cameron Group, Ginny oversees all operations, policy implementation, and strategic planning. In a nutshell: she keeps the ship afloat for our clients and our own company.
Ginny’s love for the insulation business has been apparent since she was a child. Her father, Walter Shipe, joined the family business in 1949 and she followed suit in 1977. And she then took a leadership role in the industry.
Ginny currently serves on the Board of Directors of both ICAA and Insulate America. In 2001, she became the first female president of ICAA.
And while there are countless rewards to leading Cameron Group, the greatest of these would be getting to carry on the family business alongside her sons, Scott and Andrew, and the rest of the staff that has become her second family.
Scott Cameron is the man who keeps everything running. At the age of 14, he began his career at Cameron Group, working his way up from warehouse to labor, then on to sales, then management. Now, as President, Scott plans, develops, organizes, implements, and evaluates the organization’s overall performance. His specialized knowledge of building science, building performance, and construction detailing contributes to the success of our company.
When he’s not at his desk or working with our staff, Scott enjoys spending time with his lovely wife and daughter. If you ever find yourself in Patapsco State Park, you might see Scott… he’ll be the one zooming past you on a mountain bike.
Formally, David Ball is our General/Operations Manager. Informally, he’s the “Foam Braniac,” specializing in spray foam insulation and air barriers. On a day-to-day basis, David is the point of contact once projects are ready. He’s also charged with the responsibility of managing logistics, scheduling, management, and overall direction for our entire crew of installers.
His journey in the industry began in 1996, after seeing a newspaper ad that was seeking spray foam insulation installers. After spending 8 years as an installer, he moved up the ladder, taking more management roles. Now, he’s proud to call Cameron Group his home and enjoys working with builders and homeowners on how to best assist their projects.
His love for projects doesn’t end when he leaves the office. On weekends, David spends his time tending to renovation projects of all sorts, whether that be concerning his commercial properties or fixing up his motorcycles.
In short, Kyle is the “business guy.” Kyle is the first point of contact for commercial construction projects. His knack for problem-solving and building relationships has positioned Cameron Group as one of the top insulation installations companies in the Mid-Atlantic region.
And while we’re so grateful for the work he does for Cameron, perhaps the greatest role Kyle holds is as husband and father to two boys. In his free time, Kyle also loves playing soccer and spends about 71.6% of his time singing. In fact, he may or may not be recording his own album. (…He’s not, but it sure sounded cool, didn’t it?)
What would we do without Linda? A question we truly don’t want an answer to…
She joined Cameron Group in 2002, serving as assistant to the fireproofing manager. Over the years, her role has evolved. Now, as Senior of Accounts Receivable, Linda is responsible for sending out bid proposals, ensuring that all jobs are appropriately recorded, and billing all commercial foam accounts. Each day brings a new challenge, but that’s Linda’s favorite part of the job.
Her free time is usually spent with family and gardening. Not only that, she uses the produce from her vegetable garden to create and can spicy sauces and jams. (Is anyone else starting to feel a bit hungry all of a sudden?)