CAM-I Team


Derek Sandison

Derek Sandison is a senior partner at Landmark Decisions Inc., a Canadian niche consulting firm. Derek provides leadership and support to Landmark’s Performance Alignment advisory services.

Derek is a subject matter expert for the collaborative research organization, the Consortium for Advanced Management International (CAM-I) and is recognized as a leading authority in the field of Performance Management.

He is an author, facilitator and frequent speaker particularly in the real-world deployment of performance management solutions for critical business improvement. His career has encompassed the design of innovative methodologies and solutions in aerospace, engineering and software systems.

A pioneer of Activity Based Management and Balanced Scorecard concepts, Derek was founder and CEO of Sapling Corporation and was instrumental in the original design, development and deployment of Sapling’s Performance Management software and implementation methodology. After Sapling was acquired by Hyperion (now Oracle), Derek continued his career as an independent management consultant and designed and developed advanced Performance Management systems for over one hundred companies internationally.

Derek has a B.Sc. in mathematics from Aberdeen University, Scotland and a Certificate in Operations Research from the University of Toronto. He has acted as an advisory member of the board for several technology related companies. On behalf of Sapling Corporation, he received the National Quality Institute Award for Innovation and he recently received the CAM-I Bonsack Award for Distinguished Contribution in the Advancement of Cost Management.

Mark Lemon

Mark Lemon

Mark Lemon chairs the CAM-I Environmental Sustainability Interest Group. 

The Environmental Sustainability Interest Group (ESIG) seeks to give value to all participants by providing practical support on establishing an integrated strategy toward environmental sustainability management by leveraging CAM-I’s Body of Knowledge in cost and performance management to develop more effective and efficient management tools and techniques to manage environmental sustainability initiatives.

Mark is a Manager at Grant Thornton, where he works with his clients to deliver greenhouse gas, cost and program management solutions.

Anthony Pember

Anthony Pember

Anthony Pember chairs the CAM-I Cost Management and Target Costing Interest Group.

The CAM-I Environmental Sustainability Interest Group aims to give value to all participants by providing practical support on establishing an integrated strategy toward environmental sustainability management.  Through the use of CAM-I’s body of knowledge surrounding cost, performance, and process management the interest group seeks to facilitate the understanding and measurement of environmental sustainability impacts within organizations.

Anthony has been with CAM-I for over 10 years and currently serves on CAM-I’s Board of Directors.

Anthony is a senior manager at Grant Thornton where he works with his clients to deliver cost, performance, profitability and predictive models.

Lauren Pashia

Lauren Pashia

Lauren Pashia leads the Integrated Risk and Value Management Interest Group.

Robust organizations know how to take on measured risks that boost returns to stakeholders. If handled properly, it may even be possible to increase stakeholders’ perceived value after a crisis. The goal of the Integrated Risk and Value Management interest group at CAM-I is to explore this risk-value continuum, modifying existing thought and proactively to enable organizations to maximize value by optimizing risk..

Lauren works in Education Relations at The Boeing Company.


CAM-I 2020 Meetings

  • June 8 - 9 2020, Virtual by Go To Meeting Event
  • September 14 - 16 2020, Alexandria, Virginia
  • October 19 - 20 2020, United Kingdom, Bristol
  • December 7 - 9 2020, Seattle, Washington
  • February 15 - 16 2021, United Kingdom – TBD
  • March 8 - 10 2021, Alexandria, Virginia
  • June 7 - 9 2021 Baltimore, Maryland