New Clackamas SBDC Director Named

 Experienced business leader and part-time instructor Rob Campbell has been named the new director of the Clackamas Community College Small Business Development Center. The CCC Board of Education approved the new director at its June meeting on Wednesday. 

 Campbell worked for 19 years as the manager of commercial and residential markets for Northwest Natural Gas. Since 1996, he has founded or managed several companies. He brings expertise in marketing, system design, strategic innovation, and product and project management for both large and small companies. Campbell is experienced in all management disciplines, including planning, supervision and coaching, and creating and managing budgets.

Campbell replaces Tim Shea, who retired in February after serving as SBDC director for 20 years. Campbell has been a part-time instructor at the SBDC for the past year.

The SBDC provides business owners and those contemplating starting a business with resources, training, information and one-on-one coaching. SBDC programs and workshops are designed to provide business owners with strategies and practical skills necessary to run a successful business.

For more information, contact the Clackamas SBDC at 503-594-0738.

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