Sheryl Campbell has a unique background at the intersection of technology, policy, and diversity. She has a Master of Public Administration and a Master of Public Health. Ms. Campbell has spent many years working as a leader for the government. During her time with the DoD, she provided subject matter expertise to officials on matters regarding technology, diversity and inclusion, and policy. She spearheaded several recruitment and outreach strategies and collaborated with many internal and external partners to champion diversity hiring.
At the Pennsylvania House of Representatives – the second largest state legislative body in the U.S. – she supervised government affairs professionals responsible for drafting and promoting legislation. She cultivated bipartisan relationships at each level of state government while working closely with federal offices, political think tanks, and lobbying firms to advance the PA House Fellowship Program.
Prior to working in the government, she taught undergraduate and graduate students in Academia regarding public health. She covered issues ranging from health equity and mental health to human trafficking.
She has utilized her love for data and analytics to develop numerous successful growth strategies over the years. Her passion for innovation, diversity + inclusion, building relationships, solutions-based results, and transformational technology, makes her an excellent leader.
She currently lives outside of the D.C. area with her husband, two daughters, and Goldendoodle.
Certifications & Education
- B.S. Public Health, Temple University
- M.P.H, New York Medical College
- M.P.A, Penn State University
- Homeland Security Certificate, Penn State University
- Cultural Competency
- Health Equity
- Gender Equity in the Workforce
- Technology Disparities
Most Requested Presentations
- Gender in the Workforce, Breaking the Glass Ceiling
- World of Culture, Norms and Competencies
- Cultural Integration of Immigrants
- Addressing AAPI Discrimination + Anti-Asian Hate
- Is Technology Making Health Disparities Worse?
Awards & Recognition
- Phi Alpha Alpha