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Meet Our Team

Brandon CampbellBrandon Campbell

Director, Women's Business Center

Department: Cornerstone Alliance Team
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Phone: (269) 757-0211

Campbell, a native of Little Rock, Ark., joined Cornerstone Alliance in 2020. As the Director of the Women’s Business Center, his roles consist of business counseling, delivering innovative programming, managing WBC’s relationships with regional partners, including the SBA, and leading overall operational strategies to help meet the needs of clients and grow the WBC. His areas of expertise are in marketing, startups, scaling, public relations, media relations and lean canvas business model planning.

Before joining the Alliance, Campbell served as the Director of Small Business and Diversity & Inclusion at the Little Rock (Ark.) Regional Chamber. Due to the impact of his work, Campbell was named a “Style Setter” by Arkansas Life magazine, “Top 100 Arkansas Professional” and “Future 50” influential business leader by Arkansas, Money and Politics magazine.

As entrepreneur in his own right, Campbell has over 15 years of real-world business ownership experience. He is the founder and owner of Little Rock Fashion Week, LLC., an independent fashion, events, and talent management firm, as well as three other companies. Prior to starting his major business ventures, Campbell was a TV show producer in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles and New York, including for World Wrestling Entertainment.

He graduated from the University of Iowa where he earned a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication with an International Studies minor and Entrepreneurship certificate. He received a Diversity, Inclusion, and Team Culture certificate from the University of Pennsylvania.

Campbell is a proud girl dad. He and his wife, Connie, have three daughters. The Campbells are active supporters of the United Way, Goodwill Industries, Big Brothers Big Sisters and Breast Cancer Research. They are art, literacy and mental health advocates who are loving the Southwest Michigan climate.