Kevin Campbell is a doctoral candidate and George Frederickson Fellow in the School of Public Affairs and & Administration. His dissertation research examines the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the implications of different implementation models in achieving the ADA’s ambitious social change objectives. More broadly, his research interests lie at the intersections of law, human resources management, and social equity.
Kevin received his MPA from the Hatfield School of Government in Portland, Oregon while working as a Senior Management Analyst in local government. He received his BA in Russian and Japanese Studies (dual concentration) from The Evergreen State College. While at Evergreen, Kevin was awarded a Mombusho (Japanese Ministry of Education) Scholarship allowing him to spend a year at a Japanese university studying Japanese history, culture, and language. Kevin is active in the American Society for Public Administration, the Society for Human Resources Management, IPMA-HR, and in International City/County Management Association (ICMA). Kevin was recently awarded an Oregon Fellowship for research on community leadership around social equity and diversity.