Makenze Louise Cameron is a lifelong Kentuckian who grew up in Oldham County.
She received a bachelors of science in elementary education from Western Kentucky University in 2015, and a Masters of the Arts in Education as a Literacy Specialist in 2016 from the University of the Cumberlands.
During her time teaching, she was a classroom teacher in Oldham County, taught gifted and talented students, special education students, and English as a Second Language students.
Daniel and Makenze married in July of 2020 and welcomed their son Theodore in January 2022.
“Kentucky is an amazing place. It’s where I grew up, went to college, and met my husband. Daniel and I are raising our son Theodore here…because Kentucky is home.
This year, Kentuckians have a critical choice to make about the future of our Commonwealth.
Becoming a mom has taught me patience and service, and has given me a glimpse of the kind of love our Savior has for us. It has opened my eyes to the importance of electing strong leaders, leaders like Daniel, who will fight everyday for our kids. “
Makenze launched Moms for Cameron, a coalition which brings together women in Kentucky who support Daniel Cameron for Governor.
“Daniel and I believe in strong families and their power to strengthen Kentucky.
Every Kentucky mom wants to ensure their children are protected and that our Commonwealth is preserved for their futures. When our shared values–faith, family, and community–are threatened, we say NOT ON OUR WATCH.
Too much is at stake in November. The Moms of Kentucky know what time it is … and I ask you to join our coalition today.