Michael Campbell

Michael Campbell

Advancing Global EDU

Social Responsibility Marketing in Educational Gaming

Funding Opps for Public Schools for Educational Games

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Michael Campbell is the President and CEO of Advancing Global EDU. Michael’s passion for improving education through innovation has helped private and not-for-profit organizations market solutions that support the learning community. While serving in various strategic executive marketing management positions in PK–20 technology and publishing industry, Michael has championed industry innovations in data management, and student engagement strategies. Helping to influencing growth and innovation in the industry. Prior to his current position at Advancing Global EDU, Michael held leadership positions with Forward Thinking EDU, Learning Bird, Follett Software Company, ETA hand2mind, Pearson, Cengage and McGraw-Hill Higher Education. As well Michael works with the Ontario, Canada MaRS program as a program mentor in their learning start-up program.

Michael’s enthusiasm for innovation in education extends outside of the office. Michael has served on the board of the Educational Technology Industry Network (ETIN), a division of the Software Information Industry Association (SIIA). In 2016, Michael was elected by the local village to the library board, where he has served as Treasurer and now as Vice-President of the board. In 2018 Michael was elected to the board of the Illinois RAILS board (Reaching Across Illinois Library System), which serves over 1300 libraries in Northern Illinois. Michael serves on the Northern Illinois Girl Scouts Board of Directors and the local school district’s Parent Teacher Organization board.

Michael speaks at various conferences on multiple topics ranging from marketing to funding opportunities for schools and businesses in education. Michael is a frequent host and guest on webinars, podcasts, and radio shows that discuss the challenges of educators and the education industry.