College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Ph.D. Public Policy and Administration
Dr. Gregory Campbell is core faculty in the Public Policy and Administration Program at Walden University. He received his PhD in Management from Walden University, specializing in Leadership and Organizational Change, and holds BA and MA degrees from California State Dominquez Hills. He is a contributing author in Breakthrough Mentoring in the 21st Century by Dr. Walter McCollum.
Dr. Campbell is a transformational leader who applies strategic and intuitive skills in developing and implementing new programs. He works collaboratively with clients to assess organizational needs, determine outcomes, and co-create leadership development learning solutions. He is a dynamic keynote speaker and facilitator. An energetic, progressive thought-leader who fosters a collaborative environment and
encourages innovative solutions to achieve strategic objectives and continuous improvement.
Since 2009, Dr. Campbell has served as adjunct faculty member at various universities. He is a member of Sigma Iota Epsilon (SIE), the premiere fraternal organization in management in the United States. He is faculty advisor for Alpha Phi Sigma, the criminal justice honor society. He currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the Economic Crimes Institute, Utica College, New York.
PPPA 8004 - Foundations of Doctoral Studies
PPPA 9000 - Dissertation
PPPA 8111 - Leadership and Organizational Change
PhD, Walden University
MA, California State University of Dominguez Hills
BA, California State University of Dominguez Hills
Sigma Pi Phi-Epsilon Omicron Chapter, Committee Member - Houston, TX United States
Awards / Honors
Graduate Scholar Award, 12th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, 2012
Campbell, G. (2016). Biography of Dr. Gregory Campbell. Pi Alpha Alpha (Public Policy).
Campbell, G. (2017). Leadership is a partnership: How to Establish a leadership and employee development program in law enforcement. Ken Blanchard Companies.