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Mr. John Campbell, MBA

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John Campbell brings passion, energy, and innovative thinking from 10 years of development and organizational management experience. Known as an engaging speaker and catalyst for organizational growth, John brings expertise in strategic planning, board development, fundraising, grant writing, governance, marketing and branding. 

John founded FundED Strategies, LLC in 2018 to support schools, education focused organizations, and small to mid-size nonprofits start, scale, and sustain their fundraising and strategy operations. Prior to forming FundED Strategies, John served as Director of Advancement for Eagle Academy Public Charter School, the first exclusively early childhood public charter school in Washington, D.C. At Eagle Academy, John was responsible for the cultivation of over $2.5 million in strategic resources and partnerships which were designed to improve student success as well as organizational strategy. Most notably was a 2017 US Department of Education, Charter School Program Charter Replication/Expansion Grant to support the schools growing footprint. While at Eagle, John was instrumental in the formation of the Cassandra S. Pinkney Foundation, a private foundation formed after the passing of Eagle Academy’s founder with the mission of making space for opportunity. John served as the Foundation’s first Executive Director.  

Previously, John held roles that include development director and executive director, where he was responsible for producing and implementing multimillion-dollar development and cultivation strategies.  

As a volunteer, John serves as co-chair of the ProInspire Alumni Council, and is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Young Professionals, Consultants, and LGBT affinity groups. John lives in Washington, DC, enjoys wine and traveling with his partner. 

John graduated from Lebanon Valley College with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Economics, and earned his Master’s in Business Administration from the Kogod School of Business at American University.