NSPRA Executive Board Biography

Curtis Campbell
Northwest Regional Vice President

Curtis Campbell is finishing his first decade in school communications. He began his career in 2008 as the director of communications for his hometown school district in Sunnyside, Wash. In Sunnyside, he supported and shared an amazing success story as the rural, high-poverty district of 6,500 students raised its graduation rate from 41 to 89 percent. For the past three years he has served as the public information officer for Shoreline Public Schools, a suburban district of 10,000 just north of Seattle. At Shoreline, he successfully helped pass a $250 million bond and a $100 million levy renewal in back-to-back years with over 70 percent voter approval for each measure. Curtis also served on the Washington School Public Relations Association (WSPRA) board for five years, including serving as president. He holds a master’s degree in public administration and bachelor’s degree in government from Eastern Washington University, where he also served as opinion editor of the student newspaper for three years. He is a recipient of the WSPRA Learning and Liberty Award, NSPRA Front-Runner Award, Shoreline PTA Council Golden Acorn Award, Sunnyside School District Administrator of the Year Award and numerous WSPRA and NSPRA publication and media awards.