Emergency medical technology
Emergency rescue services
Photography; Writing books
Pursuing Bachelor of Arts in Fire Science, Northwest-Shoals Community College, University of Pennsylvania; Coursework in Journalism
The Phi Beta Kappa Society; Charter Member, Lions Club
Throughout the duration of your career, what was the one highlight that stood out the most?:
The highlight of her career was running more than 1,400 rapid-response calls.
Number Of Years In Profession:
Number Of Years In Current Position:
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
She attributes her success to her education and upbringing.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
Ms. Campbell joined the fire department as a photographer. One day, there was a fire and the department needed help, so she helped. There was a need for EMT workers in her town, so she decided to pursue her current career.
Extended Bio Profile:
Ms. Campbell is currently writing three books: "One Must Survive," which is a novel dedicated to her father's service in World War II; the second book contains several interviews and photographs of famous country singers of the 1970s and 1980s; and the third book is compiled of several call logs to emergency medical technicians. She completed 128 hours and rotations with the ambulance and the emergency room in 1991.
Position Responsibilities and Duties:
Serving as a dispatcher for 911; Working with 11 departments in the county; Answering emergency calls; Managing emergency situations, including house and grass fires, and automotive accidents
Licensed Emergency Medical Technician
Emergency Medical Technician of the Year Award, International Paper Courtland Mill (2003)