Big Boi’s Big Kidz Foundation Names Clifton L. Camp, Esq., Member of 2013 Board of Directors


Atlanta businessman and community leader Clifton L. Camp, Esq., CEO of MarketingCamp, LLC, will join the 2013 Board of Directors for Antwan “Big Boi” Patton’s Big Kidz Foundation.

As an Atlanta influencer, Camp has been named to the board of directors for the Atlanta-based Big Kidz Foundation, Inc. The appointment will be announced Dec. 19, during the Big Kidz Foundation Holiday Mixer, which happens from 6:30p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Stankonia Studios, 677 Antone St., Atlanta, Ga. 30318.

MarketingCamp, LLC, builds brands in the fashion, lifestyle, film, publishing and entertainment industries.

Camp, a native of Detroit, Mich., earned an MBA from the University of Michigan and a JD from Georgia State University Law School. He is well known in the Atlanta community for his keen eye for emerging trends and his entrepreneurial spirit. In the early 1990s he launched the Detroit Urban Coffee House, which Motown recording artist KEM and Grammy winning rap artist Eminem credit for launching their careers. Most recently, Camp became the Executive Producer for “Miles and Me,” a new movie starring Eddie Murphy as Miles Davis, as well as Halle Berry and Laurence Fishburne.

During his eight years as CEO of MarketingCamp, LLC, Camp has hosted and presented numerous events and served as an advertising agency for UPTOWN Ventures Group and Who’s Who Publishing Company. Camp’s affiliates and clients include Real Times Media, the artist Gilbert Young, three time Grammy Nominee DWELE, author Denise Scott, UPTOWN Magazine and K & G Fashion Superstores among others.

Camp was included in the directory Who’s Who in Black Atlanta in 2011 and 2012 and currently serves on the Host Committee for the 2nd Flavors & Colors of Haiti event, the Georgia Entertainment Awards, and The Legendary Awards. He resides in Johns Creek, Ga., with wife Keir and daughters Chene, Stori, Skylar and son Chase.

Big Kidz Foundation, the philanthropic vision of Grammy Award winner Antwan “Big Boi” Patton of Outkast, is an effort to take education and knowledge to another dimension.

It was established in 2006, with a firm belief that cultural exposure, musical and literary expressions, and the invaluable experiences of travel make for a well-rounded person. Big Kidz Foundation’s mission is to nurture the intellect of youth by providing them with culturally diverse experiences in the field of humanities, while enhancing their leadership abilities and creating socially-conscious individuals.


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