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I was fortunate to have an amazing mentor during my first few years of teaching, and I know how empowering and transformative that experience is. I believe that all teachers need and deserve this type of support to become the best version of themselves and to maximize their impact on students. The Opportunity Culture initiative helps make this support a reality.”
Anders Campbell is a senior consultant working with the Opportunity Culture implementation team, supporting districts and schools to reach more students with excellent teaching. He also supports Public Impact’s technical design work, to develop innovative, research-based approaches to school staffing models. Before joining Public Impact, Campbell was a fifth-grade math teacher and grade-level leader at Maureen Joy charter school in Durham, North Carolina. He was also a KIPP Fisher Fellow and the founding school leader for KIPP Durham College Prep, which was ranked in the top 5 percent of all public schools in North Carolina for growth under his leadership. In 2019, Campbell completed the National Principals Academy Fellowship through the Relay Graduate School of Education. He holds a master’s degree in school administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and bachelor’s degree in psychology, from Duke University. He is currently pursuing his doctorate in educational leadership from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Example Projects: Campbell leads Opportunity Culture implementation in Cumberland County Schools in North Carolina, Chesapeake Public Schools in Virginia, and Carlsbad Municipal Schools in New Mexico.