Cami Aufdermauer lives in the cozy town of Tillamook, Oregon, where she proudly plays the roles of a loving wife and a mom to two awesome teenage girls. With a heart full of inspiration, she’s all about helping folks chase their dreams. Cami’s journey has been packed with making cool things happen for nonprofits, and now she’s the Operations Director for her best-friend speaker and writer, Julia Gentry whose book Dream-I Dare You changed her life!
She’s got this strong belief that everyone – yes, including you – can make the world a better place. Cami’s on a mission to give you the power to follow your passions and make your dreams come true. People just naturally look up to her because she’s so full of energy and makes things happen. She’s got a fancy degree in Human Service & Marriage and Family Counseling, but what really makes her tick is helping people realize their true identity in Christ & leading people into worship. And guess what? She’s not just a busy bee – she’s also a thrill-seeker! You’ll find her out paddleboarding, hiking, skydiving (yep, skydiving!), and cruising around on her motorcycle with her four-legged pal, Baxter.
What is your Limitless Vision?
To live in a world where I am chosen and accepted for who I am. Period.
If your life were a quote, what would it be?
“The pressure is a privilege.” Julia Gentry
If your life were a song, what would it be?
I wanna set this world on fire- Britt Nicole
What’s one thing most people wouldn’t know about you?
I played both rugby and softball in college and was the only girl in my high school graduating class to play a sport every season all four years of high school.
What’s one of your greatest dreams you’re currently dreaming?
I want to see my whole family dreaming alongside me, thriving in the call God has on their life.
Why did you join The Dream Factory and Co?
I joined the Dream Factory & Co. while reading Julia’s book “Dream- I Dare You,” because it radically changed my life. When I asked God what he wanted me to do with the information I was learning, He clearly said to me, “learn if for yourself first and then you can tell the world.” And that’s what I’m here to do, to share this message with the world.
For the person out there who feels stuck and unclear about their dreams, what would you tell them?
That it only works if you work it and you’re worth it & it matters who is in your corner and dreamers should not dream alone.