Associate Consultant, Communications
Jade Graddy joined Campbell & Company after seven years of working with nonprofits in the United States, Middle East, and Africa.
A Washington State-native, Jade spent a gap year as a national service volunteer with AmeriCorps in Seattle before studying Linguistics and Human Rights at the University of Washington. While there, she was deeply involved in the leadership of the Dream Project, a student-led organization providing college readiness mentorship to low-income and first-generation high school students in the Greater Seattle area.
Her prior study of the Arabic language allowed her to conduct research on indigenous language rights in Morocco, engage in a community development internship with refugee youth in the West Bank of Palestine, and receive a Fulbright grant to teach English and develop community projects in Amman, Jordan. Following her time abroad, Jade spent a year in Washington, DC managing a portfolio of Middle East study abroad programs at AMIDEAST, an international affairs organization.
In her spare time, Jade can be found writing poetry, playing guitar, and volunteering with organizations focused on refugee resettlement and prisoner education.