Director of Football Administration
CFL: 17th season
Stampeders: 10th season
Campbell is in her 10th season with the Stampeders. She works closely with president and general manager John Hufnagel in preparing contracts, provides essential support to the coaching staff and players and is responsible for all other aspects of administration for the football operations department.
Campbell originally joined the team in 2013 as manager of web and communications and remained in that role through February of 2018. Campbell returned to the Stampeders in her current capacity in October of 2018. Prior to coming to Calgary, Campbell served as Edmonton’s digital media manager for seven years. Prior to becoming Edmonton’s digital media manager, she performed various other duties for the club including game-charting for the coaching staff, video, communications, game-day and marketing.
From 2000 to 2003, she was an associate producer at Aquila Productions in Edmonton.
A native of Spokane, Wash., and an alumnus of Edmonton’s Harry Ainlay High School, Campbell graduated from Washington State University with a degree in communications. She is the daughter of Hugh Campbell, a Canadian Football Hall of Fame member and 10-time Grey Cup winner who starred as a player for the Saskatchewan Roughriders and was the head coach for Edmonton’s run of five consecutive CFL titles from 1978-82, and the sister of BC Lions head coach Rick Campbell. Campbell is a dual citizen of Canada and the United States.