Summary About Dr. Campbell
Dr. Campbell has a proven ability to lead and develop business, organization, and education driven initiatives. He is adept at utilizing strategic thinking, innovative problem solving, and team leadership to deliver exceptional results. He is equipped with relationship-building expertise which includes a history of successfully helping organizations to fostering strong, sustainable relationships and secure consensus among employees and colleagues. Dr. Campbell is a deadline-oriented leader with positive attitude and proven strengths in technical skills.
Dr. Campbell holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology from Capital Institute of Technology, a second Bachelor of Science degree in Math Education from the University of the District of Columbia, a Masters in Education Administration from Lincoln University, and a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Rowan University.
Dr. Derrick L. Campbell started his career as a Field Engineer earning his first Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology from Capital Institute of Technology. While working as a Field Engineer he became a volunteer coach for eighth grade children. He was a volunteer basketball coach for five years and during that time; his teams won two championships and two division titles. Derrick realized that he had a strong desire and ability to educate children and went on to pursue his second Bachelor of Science degree in Math Education from the University of the District of Columbia. Derrick began his work in the educational arena as a junior high school math teacher in Washington, DC. After working several years as a math teacher, and coaching girl’s basketball and softball teams, he relocated to Cherry Hill New Jersey.
He then began working as a math teacher in the Philadelphia Public Schools. While in Philadelphia, he was a math teacher for an eighth grade educational program for at-risk students, for which he received the teacher of the year award from Olney High School. As Derrick’s career progressed, he realized the importance of furthering his education and it lead to the pursuit of a Masters in Education Administration, which he completed in May 2002 from Lincoln University. At the graduation ceremony, Derrick received the Distinguished Proposal Award.
Derrick became a central office supervisor specializing in mathematics, science, technology, and special education. He then became a high school assistant principal and continued his education at Rowan University. He completed the Educational leadership doctoral program in 2007. During that time, he became a member of the Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Lambda at Rowan University.
Dr. Campbell has had several articles published which include:
Dr. Campbell has been featured in:
- 28 Press Release Examples From The Pros (April, 2015). 2014 Fit Small Business
- Katheleen Conti. (April 05, 2015). Brockton school officials deny claims of racial bias in discipline. Boston GlobeLauren Bernhagen
- (September 4, 2014) Teaching Toddlers: 10 Reasons Parents Make Great Teachers. Rasmussen College
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