Thursday, March 26, 2009


Carl Dameron presents Dr. Tony Ogiamien, president of American Heritage University of Southern California, with a proclamation honoring the school’s 2008 relocation to larger quarters at 255 N D Street. Dameron Communications, which is also located at 255 D Street, one floor below American Heritage University of Southern California, has assisted the school in its community outreach efforts and Carl Dameron will now further assist by serving as a member of its advisory board. Chris Sloan photo  

(SAN BERNARDINO, Calif) – Carl Dameron, founder and creative director of Dameron Communications, has been chosen to be part of the advisory board of the school of business at the American Heritage University in San Bernardino California.

Dr. Tony Ogiamien, president of American Heritage University, chose Dameron because of his experience in business and his expertise in business and communications.

The Chief Academic Officer of American Heritage University, Jyotirmay “Jay” Deb, is excited about the newest addition to the advisory board.

“Carl is well known in the community and will be valuable as an advisor” Deb said, “He is a business leader in the Inland Empire with twenty years experience as a business owner and will be an important asset on the business advisory board.”

Carl Dameron is the founder and owner of Dameron Communications, a full-service advertising and public relations agency. He holds community leader positions such as President of the Inland Empire African American Chamber of Commerce and Vice President of the WestSide Action Group.

Dameron is an active Board Member for organizations such as the Riverside greater area Chamber of Commerce, the San Bernardino Salvation Army and the Inland Lung Association. He is involved with many other organizations such as the San Bernardino greater area Chamber of Commerce, the San Bernardino Community College District Affirmative Action Advisory Committee, the San Bernardino NAACP and the Rotary Club.

Carl Dameron graduated from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona in 1985. He studied electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, psychology, computer science, economics, oceanography, public relations, radio, journalism, television and radio production graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications.

“Dameron’s experience made him the top candidate for the advisory board. It is important that someone with expertise in the field of communications help bring this already excellent program to a higher level,” Dr. Jay Deb said.

The school of business offers many degrees ranging from bachelor programs all the way to doctorates. However the American Heritage University offers several other majors as well.

American Heritage University is an approved private, independent, institution of higher learning offering quality degree programs from the School of Law; the School of Business; the Department of Criminal Justice and Public Policy and the Certified Nursing Assistant Program. The university was founded in 2003 and offers a diverse instructional approach in the classroom as well as online courses.

Since 1989 Dameron Communications has creatively met the needs of its clients locally, regionally and nationally. It is an award-winning communications agency that creates integrated marketing solutions to increase sales and profits, win elections, inform the public or gain acceptance of potentially controversial issues. It uses advertising, public relations, government relations and community relations to advance their clients’ objectives. The web site is