Alliance Director, ROC the Future
Campbell has led ROC the Future for 6.5 years as it focuses on improving the academic achievement of Rochester’s children.
As an advocate for community and family engagement, Campbell is active in community efforts such as the Black Women’s Leadership Forum, Parent Leadership Training Institute and the Racial Institute Justice Initiative. She has received awards including “Citizen of the Year Award” from Action for a Better Community, “Community Leader Award” by Rochester A.B.O.V.E., “Champion for Youth Award” from Teen Empowerment, and the “2019 Rev. Raymond L. Graves Social Justice Community Service Award” from the Greater Rochester Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission.
She previously worked for the city of Rochester and led the Bureau of Youth Services in the Department of Recreation and Youth Services, where she was assistant commissioner for four years.
Campbell has a master’s degree in Management Science from Keuka College.