Meg Campbell

Photo of M. Campbell First Appointed:
January 2, 2012
 
Current Term Expires:
January 4, 2016
 
Biographical Sketch
Profession:
Founder and Director, Codman Academy Charter Public School
 
Residence:
Dorchester
 
Meg Campbell is a former Boston Public School teacher and parent (Rafael Hernandez, Marshall School and Boston Latin School). She was a lecturer at Harvard Graduate School of Education and founding executive director of Expeditionary Learning before founding and directing Codman Academy Charter Public School serving grades 9-12 located inside Codman Square Health Center.
 
She served on the Boston Public Library's Compass Committee developing principles to inform the library's strategic plan and recently helped found the Margarita Muniz Academy, an innovation school, and the city's first two way bilingual high school.
 
A thirty year resident of Dorchester, Meg's training is in early and elementary education from Wheelock College where she earned a Master's degree. She holds a bachelor's degree in History and Literature from Harvard and a C.A.S. from Harvard Graduate School of Education. A poet, she is the author of Solo Crossing (Midmarch Arts Press) and the forthcoming More Love (Midmarch Arts Press). Her intention as a Boston School Committee member is to follow Emily Dickinson's advice: "Dwell in
possibility."
 
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