Shelvy L. Campbell, Ph.D.
Dr. Shelvy L. Campbell develops diversity and inclusion programming, community outreach and partnerships for the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and Marshall University School of Pharmacy. In this role, she works to ensure a quality and inclusive environment for all students, faculty and staff.
A veteran of higher education administration, Dr. Campbell has served in human resources, equity compliance, admissions, student financial assistance and student service positions at Marshall University for the past 25 years. She worked at Marshall University’s South Charleston campus for more than a decade as the Graduate Records and Admissions Supervisor. She also served for many years as the Civil Rights and Equity Compliance Administrator at West Virginia State University Gus R. Douglass Land Grant Institute.
Dr. Campbell is a member of several community, state and national organizational boards and councils including: Arthritis Foundation; Kanawha Valley Bureau of Senior Services; Charleston Family Resource Center; Charleston Schoenbaum Center; The National Office of Minority Health Regional Health Equity Council (RHEC); DHHR Newborn Hearing and Screening Advisory Board; and serves as the National Program Chair for the National Association of Medical Minority Educators (NAMME). Dr. Campbell has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from West Virginia State University, a master’s degree in industrial and employee relations from Marshall University, an education specialist degree from Marshall, as well as a doctorate in higher education leadership from Capella University.
"On behalf of the Marshall University schools of medicine and pharmacy and Marshall Health, it is my privilege to serve as the 2018 Corporate Chair for the Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell Run. Our mission at Marshall is to improve the quality of health at every stage of life by enhancing access to top-tier health services, expertise and information. Our concern for health extends far beyond doctors’ offices and hospital rooms. We are dedicated to creating a healthier community through leading research, education and outreach. Giving back to our communities is an honor and a responsibility we’re proud of. We strive to make West Virginia a healthier place to live and work and look forward to partnering with the Arthritis Foundation in raising awareness of a debilitating disease as well as spreading the word about services and medical breakthroughs that are helping those in the communities we serve maintain active lifestyles.
The Arthritis Foundation leads the fight for the arthritis communities through life-changing information resources, support of key public policy and advocacy efforts at the local and national levels, all of which make the difference in millions of people living with arthritis. I look forward to the opportunity to make an impact in the fight against arthritis through Jingle Bell Run."