About Kameron Westcott
It’s said that women hold up half the sky, and Kameron Westcott is here to make sure that women get the credit and recognition that they deserve for their accomplishments and achievements. Kameron is a determined and caring woman focused on celebrating and promoting the contributions that women have made to society. She infuses her life with pink in every possible way as a symbolic representation of her love for women and all they’ve done in this world – plus, she just loves the color pink!
The obvious obsession that Kameron Westcott has with pink has another root – it’s the color most associated with breast cancer awareness. With several members of her family affected by the disease – and having recently lost her grandmother to women-specific cancer – she has become heavily involved with the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Presently, she is serving as a national spokesperson for the foundation. Kameron wants to do everything in her power to keep women who are fighting this and other diseases alive and empowered and ensure that there is always pink in the world.
Kameron Westcott grew up in Montecito, California, where she lived until 2001 when she moved to Texas to attend Southern Methodist University. While enrolled as a student, Kameron was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, and she graduated with her Fine Arts degree in 2005. She worked in the fashion industry for a while, and now her time is spent raising her two wonderful children, Hilton and Cruise. She is proud to be their mom, and she loves spending time with them and watching them grow into wonderful humans.
You may recognize Kameron Westcott from her time as a cast member on BRAVO’s The Real Housewives of Dallas or from when she was named as one of the Ten Most Beautiful Women in Dallas by DMagazine in 2009. She was also honored as a style Ambassador for Diffa Dallas in 2008.
Alongside being a mother, Kameron is also an astute entrepreneur; she founded Sparkle Dog Food, a pet food geared towards women. Kameron is incredibly passionate about animal welfare. Her caring heart led her to convince her husband to invest in the first company in the world working to bring kill-free meat to tables all over the world. She is also the founder of BabyLou Pooch Couture, creating top-quality pet apparel for the posh and glamorous to spoil their fashionable pooches jet setting across the U.S..
Over the twenty years that she’s been lucky to call Dallas her home, Kameron has become greatly involved in the Dallas, Texas community. Outside of her career and her family, Kameron Westcott is an active member and sustainer of many charity organizations alongside Susan G. Komen; for eight years, she has been an active member with the Cattle Baron’s Ball, the United States’ largest organization raising money for the American Cancer Society. She is also an eleven-year active member and sustainer of the Junior League of Dallas, an organization founded in 1922 and comprised of women in the community who are committed to developing the potential of women, improving the community, and promoting volunteerism.
In 2015, Kameron Westcott chaired the TuTu Chic Luncheon, an event organized to benefit the Texas Ballet Theatre. The following year, in 2016, she chaired The da Vinci School Gala and Auction. Then, in 2017, Kameron chaired the March of Dimes Signature Chefs Gala and Auction, raising money to end preventable maternal health risks and death.
Recently, in November 2021, Kameron was blessed with the opportunity to co-chair the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League’s eighth annual Fashion Notes Design Award Luncheon and Style Show, held at The Fairmont Dallas. As if that weren’t enough on her plate, Kameron also serves on the council for the Texas Ballet Theatre as well as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and she is a member at large for New Friends New Large. Presently, Kameron is also the Honorary Co-Chair of No Tie Dinner & Dessert Party, a fun-filled night raising funds for the AIDS Services of Dallas as well as serving low-income residents and those formerly homeless who are living with HIV/AIDS.
Kameron Westcott can best be described as thankful, caring, and determined, someone who is full of beauty, laughter, and the feminine energy of a girly girl. At heart, Kameron is Blonde in every sense of the word; from her blonde hair to her “blonde” personality, she loves having fun and not taking herself or life too seriously. She is obsessed with the color pink, values kindness over all other traits, and has yet to meet an animal she does not want to adopt. In her spare time, Kameron loves to design clothing for her precious pet Yorkie, Louis, whom she adores almost as much as her children.