Education Profile:

B.S. Tarkio College, 1981

MSA Lindenwood University, 1985

DBA California Coast University, 2003



Wendell Campbell serves as the Board Chairman for the Edward C. Mazique Parent Child Center in Washington, DC.  He has been involved in early education and Head Start for 30 years, serving in various leadership positions.  Professor Campbell works as a Consultant with Childcare Management Solutions, a certified training organization, located in Fort Washington Maryland.  He provides training services for childcare professionals nationally.

Professor Campbell was a 1997-1998 National Head Start Fellow and 2010 UCLA/Johnson and Johnson Head Start Fellow at the Anderson School of Management.  He was Associate Professor and Department Coordinator for the Child Development Program which he founded at Southeastern University in Washington, DC.  Professor Campbell also co-founded the Director’s Institute at the University.

His extensive experience includes Head Start Program Management, leadership and teaching at the university level, promoting responsive teaching practices and promoting effective relationship/team building and communication/collaboration strategies.  The focus of which was on program management, fatherhood engagement, teacher development and leadership including center management strategies.  He has conducted national trainings and workshops for various organizations. In addition, he has training experience in Governance, Leadership and Strategic Planning.  He holds a Doctorate Degree and his affiliations include The National Head Start Association, National Association for the Education of Young Children, National Black Child Development Institute and Strengthening Families DC Coalition.  The establishment of the Men of NBCDI is one of Dr. Campbell’s major contribution to the National Black Child Development Institute.