Cameron Boyd Elected to Scarborough Land Trust Board of Directors
Cameron Boyd, a partner at Smith & Wilkinson, has been elected to the the Board of Directors of the Scarborough Land Trust. Cameron Boyd and his family have called Scarborough home since 2015. From Boothbay Harbor, Cameron’s parents were volunteers in organizations ranging from The Y to the Boy Scouts, and his father was a founder of the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. Through his grandmother, a cofounder of the Boothbay Land Trust, he inherited a passion for preserving wild spaces. Cameron is a graduate of Hartwick College and has spent almost the past two decades in the executive search business. He is currently Managing Partner of the Financial Services Practice of Scarborough-based Smith & Wilkinson, a diversified talent advisory firm. Cameron leads a team of consultants that serve financial services companies nationally.
His past volunteer roles have included serving on the HR and Organizational Development Committee for the UWGP and as a Meals on Wheels driver during the pandemic. For Cameron, a walk in the woods has always been the best medicine and maintaining natural spaces and providing free public access to them is a cause near and dear to his heart. During the pandemic the Land Trust’s properties were a refuge for their family and a playground and classroom for their young boys when their schools were closed.