Regina CampbellAdministrative Coordinator, Humanities Action Lab

About

Regina Campbell has been providing the overall project management for the Rikers Public Memory Project at our partner organization, Create Forward, where she organized the collection of over 100 oral histories of people who were incarcerated at the Rikers Island Jails, ensuring that the stories of those who have suffered because of Rikers are preserved.  She will continue that work with HAL, as well as supporting our coalition’s administrative needs, including managing payments and contracts, supporting logistics for those hosting Climates of Inequality or our other exhibits, and supporting any events we may organize in the future.  Regina brings an incredible wealth of private, non-profit, and government experience in organizational development and planning, implementing, and monitoring programs. She dedicated four years to service leadership in Belize, developing educational systems for youth and creating economic opportunities for women. Upon her return to the U.S., Regina worked to break the cycle of illiteracy, poverty, and low expectations by helping families in low-income communities address the barriers to lasting success. She also works extensively with students with a variety of learning abilities.  Regina has an MBA in Organizational Management from Georgia State University Robinson College of Business, Atlanta.