He represented Trinidad and Tobago in hockey and still continues to be involved in the sport as an administrator. He has also been involved for the past 24 years on the National Olympic Committee of T & T (NOC). During this time, he has been able to unite the region to form a Caribbean Olympic Committee.
Mr. Camacho also served as Chairman of the Committee responsible for Sport and Youth preparing the Vision 2020 roadmap, and also served on a government- appointed committee to prepare a National Sports Policy. He was also instrumental in changing the CXC syllabus to include passes in Physical Education.
During his chairmanship at the T & T Insurance Institute (TTII) the industry in partnership with the University of the West Indies was able to create a chair for insurance, which is now in its fifth year.
He is also involved with Crime Stoppers, and Miped, a micro-finance company run by BPTT in Mayaro.
Regionally Mr. Camacho led the Insurance Association of the Caribbean (IAC) and the Pan Caribbean Business Coalition for many years. He was also recognised internationally for being the first Caribbean person to be appointed to the Board of LL Global.
In his capacity as President of Guardian Life and Group President – Strategic Investments, he focused on people development, thus enabling sales at Guardian Life and the administrative staff to achieve unprecedented levels of performance for which the group has now come to be known. He also became involved in leadership positions of local, regional and international insurance-related organizations, such as the Association of T & T Insurance Companies (ATTIC).