Curtis Campbell Receives 2018 Learning & Liberty Award
Congratulations to Curtis Campbell for earning the 2018 Learning & Liberty Award from WSPRA. Curtis serves as the Public Information Office for Shoreline Public Schools.
On Martin Luther King Junior Day, Curtis featured a quote by Dr. King on Shoreline's Twitter feed which read, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'" Curtis answers that question in a fierce yet humble manner on a daily basis in many ways.
Curtis serves his profession in ways large and small. His formal leadership roles have included service as the vice president of electronic communications, president-elect, president and past-president of WSPRA. He currently serves as the co-chair of the CommNet group of district public information officers through the PSESD. Informally, but not less important, Curtis reaches out to districts when they are experiencing challenges and offers in support.
He doesn't privatize public relations and is a model for collegiality as he freely shares materials he has developed with others. Additionally, he has served as a mentor to both new and public relations professionals and those aspiring to the position.
Curtis is humble and despite the fact that most of his efforts in Shore are the products of his individual hard work, he always credits others for their support and contributions whenever he receives accolades or appreciation.