Mrs. Nichole King-Campbell a native of Staten Island, New York, is a graduate of the Urban Legal Studies Program at the City College of New York. She received a Bachelor’s of Science. She has also earned a Master’s in Administration from Central Michigan University, as well as a Master’s in Non-Profit Management & Philanthropy.
Nichole is a retired Logistics Readiness Officer she has severed at various bases across the United States. Nichole also deployed to Macedonia where she served as Chief of Air Operations. She was also in charge of the Morale and Welfare fund for over 19 nations.
Mrs. King-Campbell is currently a Program Analyst with the Department of the Interior. She analyzes data and makes recommendations to senior leaderships on programs such as Continuity Operations, Financial Management Systems and additional programs.
Mrs. King-Campbell also volunteers her services through a nonprofit consultant company. She received additional certifications from the Georgetown University Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership, and Smart Start. She has served as a consultant, a fundraiser, event planner and conference speaker for various organizations in the DMV and nationally. She has served many faith-based and private organizations. As a fundraiser she has managed and organized local, national and international events.
Mrs. King-Campbell is very active in her community. She currently serves on the Virginia Black History Month Committee. She also is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, a life member of The ROCKS Inc., The Tuskegee Airmen Inc., and the National Council of Negro Women. She is passionate about community development, youth, S.T.E.M and community development and safety.