Financial Reform Bill Diversity Requirement Has Challenges

September 15, 2010

The newly passed Financial Reform Bill diversity requirement does not include a process that transforms the thinking of persons who are involved in the financial industry.

In July 2010, President Barak Obama signed into law the financial reform bill…Read the entire article @


Book Signing

August 9, 2010

Firing the Principal Does Not Guarantee Improvement

August 9, 2010

School districts that opt to fire the principal to qualify for millions in federal funds are not guaranteed school improvement. Read the entire article @

New Jersey Black Issues Convention

July 18, 2010

The South Jersey Black Political Caucus hosted the ‘South Jersey Action Forum on Strengthening Families, Building Communities’ event at the Second Baptist Church in Pedricktown, NJ. The event focused on state policy and programs which impact housing, economic development, energy conservation, and education. During the event Dr. Campbell reminded the panel and audience of two major solutions to the challenges that impact families and the education of historically underserved children.
First, it is important that the husband and wife learn to operate as a team to implement agreed upon goals that will impact their families and their economic development. Second, Dr. Campbell reminded the panel that Asian and White students have a history of outperforming historically underserved students. Additionally the high number of historically underserved students in special education is a result of teachers who lack the understanding of cultural classroom behavior of historically underserved students. To overcome both of these challenges teachers will need professional development on cultural classroom behavior that does not allow the teacher to become defensive and therefore deny that they have challenges with the differences in the students’ culture.

Conquering Racial Profiling in Our Local Communities

July 15, 2010

Teamwork between police personnel is the key to conquering racial profiling in our local communities.

Racial profiling… Read the entire article @

Musical Spectacular with Minister Henry Hall

June 22, 2010


2008 Stella Award Nominee Minister Henry Hall talked about how the songs on his album were a result prayer and the scriptures that impacted his life. Minister Hall is only one of three independent artists that have been nominated for a Stella Award. He talked about how he mentored seven young boys who were without fathers in the home. His desires include producing another project as well as operating an education program for children in need of social and academic assistance. We also heard music from his latest album – It’s Harvest Time. Listen to the entire show @

Gloucester County NAACP Golf Tournament

June 21, 2010


Teamwork is the key to the success of any organization. I had the pleasure of participating in the first annual Gloucester County NAACP Golf Tournament. As a result of teamwork, the team that I was assigned to won first place.

Crisis with the New Jersey Alternative High School Assessment

June 15, 2010
Crisis with the New Jersey Alternative High School Assessment

Mr. James Harris – President of the New Jersey NAACP, and Mrs. Adrienne Sanders – Chairperson of the New Jersey NAACP Education Committee spoke about the new educational challenges that the New Jersey community is facing as a result of the newly mandated alternative high school assessment process. Both NAACP officers offered valuable recommendations for the New Jersey Department of Education that will benefit students, parents, and the community at large. Listen or view to the entire show on

Improving Organizational Effectiveness in Turbulent Times

June 9, 2010

Reducing Inappropriate Special Education Referrals for Historically Underserved

May 23, 2010

Reducing Inappropriate Special Education Referrals for Historically Underserved Students