Michelle D. Campbell
Michelle Campbell, Chief Operations Officer
Michelle is the firm’s operations officer providing firm organization operations, human resource, business development and consulting to our clients. In addition, her background and professional experience will leverage employer and employee relations in mediators and workplace investigators.
Michelle Campbell has served as organization development advisor for 25 years, focus on organization effectiveness and employment policy matters. She is a trained engineer and counselor with national experience in developing effective operation and employee systems that impact productive work environments. Her practice areas have included; corporate systems analysis, workplace investigations, diversity cultural audits, operations assessments, mediation, executive coaching, and project implementation. She has successfully developed numerous corporate operations plans that involved transforming an organizations employee policy, and developed new strategies for organization effectiveness.
Michelle has written, facilitated, and served as senior advisor on various corporate organization transformation projects, this experience has gained her expertise in diversity and inclusion. Her publications, workshops, and, keynote address include topics on organization effectiveness, and incorporate the best practices in serving and establishing policies on the basis of race, gender, sexual harassment, disability and age.
Michelle is a thoughtful advisor that brings structure, organization and a practical approach to an organizations challenging situation, Her ability to identify critical gaps and bring a human dynamic and experience that reaches across a diverse client base.
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY AFFILIATIONS
- Co-Founder, Colorado Diversity and Inclusion Think Tank (CDIT2), a corporate think tank focused on enhancing diversity and inclusion for Colorado companies
- Mile High ALA Colorado Legal Administrators
- National Legal Workplace Investigators
- Colorado Mediators Association
- Board Trustee, National Board of Certified Counselors, present
- National Society of Black Engineers, Member 1990 – present
- Partner Member, Colorado Chamber Coalition MWCC, 2014 – present
- Board of Directors, Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce, 2014 – present
- Executive Advisor, Sisters In Law, 2014 – present
- Author, A Corporate Guide to Organization Effectiveness, published 1990
- Founder, Serenity’s Place Retreat Center, 1995 – present
- Co-Founder, The Virtual Exchange, 2012
- Former Member, Women Leadership Council – Mile High United Way
- Former Member, Ingram’s Magazine – Leadership Council
- Named 2017 Colorado Business Leader
- Named Named, Who’s Who in Society of Women Engineers, 2010
- Named, National Board of Certified Counselors and Organization Practitioners, 2011
- Named, Forty Under 40 – The Kansas City Business Journal, 2006
- Named, Up and Comer – Ingram’s Magazine, 2001
- Recipient, Central Exchange Women’s Leader – Kansas City, Missouri, 2000
M.A., Counseling, Webster University, 1995
B.S., Engineering, Kansas State University, 1989
October 2014 – Colorado Counseling Association, Courageous Conversations on Race, Denver CO
May 2014 – Dept. of Energy Organization Effectiveness, Golden, CO
June 2013 – Jefferson County Employee and Employer Mediation, Golden, CO
March 2012 – National Leadership Conference for Mayors and Political Officers, Washington D.C.
May 2012 – National REACH Diversity and Inclusion Conference, Englewood, CO
May 2011 – First Annual National REACH Diversity and Inclusion Conference, Englewood, CO
April 2010 – Ronald McDonald House – Organization Transformation, Kansas City, MO
March 2009 – Tri-County Health Care Corporation – Organization Transformation, Greenwood Village, CO