Yvonne Camper's mandate is to help Prophets and Christian leaders excel in the marketplace. She is an Executive coach and Spiritual counselor with expertise in organizational development, Spiritual Development, Forgiveness, and Life Strategies. Yvonne has been engaged in ministry and business for the past thirty years, she has worked for some of the largest non-profit organizations in the country, as well as being elected to serve on their boards.
With a rich family history and as a natural-born leader, she has spent countless hours training leaders and giving spiritual counsel in both the private and public sector. She is a change agent and a prayer strategist with a powerful gift of impartation and healing; her message is revelatory, transforming, and revolutionary.
She is a 3rd generation Entrepreneur, Ministry Leader and Entertainment, her grandfather was named who's who in the state of Ohio as the first African American Businessman to own his own company. Her 2nd cousin, Teddy Buckner, was also a staple in Hollywood as a musician who worked with Nat King Cole, Eartha Kitt, Louie Armstrong and Disney. And she has a rick history rooted in ministry with three generations of pastors.
Yvonne is not only a dynamic speaker but is also a prolific writer. In addition to writing books, she has also written for several online blogs, local newspapers and national magazines. Yvonne has a B.A. in Christian Studies from Vision International University with coursework in childhood grief, trauma, and loss. She is also a member of The American Association for Christian Counselors. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in the same field of study. Her ministry affiliation and oversight are through the Harvest International Ministries (HIM). Yvonne is the mother of five children and four amazing grandchildren.
Yvonne is no stranger to pain and hardship, she is a survivor of domestic violence, sexual abuse, divorce, she overcame the grief and loss of her mother and a stillborn child. Through lives challenges, she has poised herself to overcome and win. Her peers know her as an individual who lives a sacrificial life of giving and service. She selflessly donates her time to community development and missionary work, both domestic and abroad. The culmination of Yvonne’s benevolence happened on February 16, 2006, when she donated a kidney to her friend.