Cammillia Campbell

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Cammillia Campbell 

Chief Financial Officer

EGAMI Consulting Group

New York, NY

Age: 38

 

 

Cammillia Diana Campbell credits her fifth-grade math teacher, Mrs. Bibby, with recognizing her penchant for numbers that spark. “She challenged me and helped me discover my love and passion for numbers,” explains Campbell, who received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Virginia and an MBA with double concentration in securities management and corporate financial management and investments from Virginia Tech.

 

At Egami, an award-winning, woman-owned minority boutique agency specializing in multicultural marketing and public relations campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, Campbell is laying the groundwork for sustainable success. She draws from financial management techniques she honed during her 11-year tenure at Lockheed Martin, first as a financial analyst at the global security and aerospace giant’s Systems Integration division through her rise to senior business operations manager of the Missiles & Fire Control division, receiving numerous company achievement awards along the way.

 

“I completely overhauled [Egami’s] financial/accounting system and also submitted the company’s first multiagency government proposal on time and within the government’s RFP requirements,” she notes. “My favorite part of my job is being able to coach and mentor the staff and seeing them grow, develop, and achieve their professional and personal goals during the process.” 

 

Campbell’s bucket list includes establishing a Christian charter school and community center. To that end, she is pursuing advanced biblical studies at Andersonville Theological Seminary in Camilla, Georgia, and hopes to graduate in May 2017. “My life’s purpose is to use my God-ordained gifts and talents daily to enable other leaders to fulfill their purpose in life,” she says. Campbell’s personal life is just as important as her life’s purpose, and she has set a goal for that, too. “In the next five years, I see myself as a stay-at-home mother focusing on my family,” she says.