Over 40 years of bold visions, smart strategies, and lives changed in the Midwest.
Anchored in Chicago since our founding in 1976, we are rooted in the Midwest. From Ohio to Wisconsin, Kansas to Indiana, from large cities to small communities, we understand the diversity of the Midwest landscape, and we know that philanthropy runs deep in the region.
There’s a genuine commitment to volunteerism and community building. At the same time, many communities have a limited group of multi-generation families headlining philanthropic efforts.
Campbell & Company can help organizations capitalize on regional strengths and navigate challenges by growing their fundraising programs, harnessing their data, communicating their story, and recruiting visionary leaders.
Our Midwest team includes on-the-ground experts in fundraising, analytics and database, communications, and executive search. We couple regional knowledge and a full suite of services with national perspective, drawing from our work in communities across the country.
We are rooted in the Midwest, knowledgeable about the region and passionate about our communities.
Administrative Manager and Senior Executive Assistant
Associate Consultant, Executive Search
Senior Consultant, Communications
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Director, Strategic Information Services
Senior Counsel, Executive Search
We are proud to sponsor and present at Midwest conferences. Campbell & Company regularly partners with local professional development associations, industry friends, and community foundations.
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