Betsy Campbell is executive vice president, programs and communications at the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, providing leadership to the Fund’s program and grantmaking activities in the United States and internationally. Her responsibilities also include oversight of grants management and communications activities that support the Fund’s overall mission and program goals. Ms. Campbell began her career at Save the Children working with small enterprise and credit programs in Latin America and Africa. She served for 12 years at the Ford Foundation, as a program officer in the Rural Poverty and Resources program, as director of Community and Resource Development, and as senior director and deputy to the vice president for Asset Building and Community Development.
Prior to joining the RBF in 2007, Ms. Campbell lived and worked in La Paz, Bolivia, where she provided consulting services to emerging foundations and a variety of environmental and community development organizations. She currently serves on the boards of Hispanics in Philanthropy and the Trust for Mutual Understanding. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Ms. Campbell holds a Master of Arts in international relations from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Science in foreign service from Georgetown University.