Speaker Bio – Captain Jamal Campbell, USMC

Captain Campbell graduated from the Criminal Justice program from Rochester Institute of Technology and commissioned as a Marine Corps officer in May 2015. He then completed basic rifle platoon commander training at The Basic School in Quantico, VA. Upon MOS selection, he headed to Fort Sill, OK for field artillery officer training where he earned the 0802 MOS in June 2016.

For his first duty station, Captain Campbell reported to 1st Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment in July 2016 where he assumed the duties of Fire Direction Officer of Battery A. He later served as a Company Fire Support Officer in the Liaison Section and Executive Officer of Battery C. During his time with 1st Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, Captain Campbell completed two Unit Deployment Programs to Okinawa, Japan.

In July 2019, Captain Campbell enrolled at the Naval Postgraduate School. He graduated with a Master of Science in Information Technology Management in June 2021. In his thesis topic, he researched the psychological effects of operating drones and ways to mitigate PTSD in drone pilots.

Captain Campbell will be reporting to the Marine Corps University in Quantico, VA as their Emerging Technology Officer in July 2021.