His healthcare policy knowledge and perspective come from direct work with lawmakers, industry executives and community advocates over a decade-plus career in government and community relations roles within state government and the not-for-profit sector.
Campbell’s efforts for Tennessee included Medicaid reform, the creation of the Cover Tennessee program and many industry and professional licensure initiatives. Additionally, he worked with a coalition of community nonprofits and experts on implementing the Affordable Care Act and with the Tennessee Hospital Association and 75+ businesses and organizations on Medicaid expansion.
Campbell joined Jarrard after serving as director of public policy for the nonprofit Nashville CARES, Tennessee’s largest provider of HIV care and support. Previously, he was the Tennessee government affairs specialist for Youth Villages Inc. He has led legislative programs for the Tennessee Departments of Children’s Services and Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, as well as serving on the leadership team of the Coalition for a Healthy Tennessee—a network of hospitals, insurers, businesses and community-based organizations in support of Medicaid expansion in Tennessee. He is a member of the Nashville Emerging Leaders class of 2012 and the founding class of Future Ready Nashville.
Campbell earned a bachelor’s degree in social work with a minor in religious studies from Middle Tennessee State University.