Dr. Laura J. Campbell

Assistant Professor of Education


B.S., Saint Thomas Aquinas College
M.Ed., University of South Florida-Fort Myers
Ed.S., Barry University-School of Education
Ed.D., Barry University
  •  Program Coordinator for Catholic Educational Studies
  • “From Recruitment to Retention,” (with Sister Monica Paul Fraser, O.P.) presented in April, 2002 at an annual conference sponsored by the Florida Catholic Conference for administrators, Sarasota, Florida.
  • “Lesson Planning and Classroom Adaptations for Students with Special Needs,” presented in July, 1998 as part of a lecture series for teachers co-sponsored by the Dreams Are Free Program for academically challenged students, Sarasota, Florida.
  • “Adapting Lesson Plans to Accommodate Students with Special Needs,” presented in June, 1997 at an annual Summer Institute as professional development for teachers, Fort Myers, Florida.
  • Numerous presentations given between 1995-1998 on topics related to the role of student support services.

  • 1999-2008 Principal,
    St. John Neumann High School
    Naples, Florida
    Instrumental in developing a high school community with deep, strong, trusting relationships among all school stakeholders.
  • 2006-2008 New Principal Mentor
    Diocese of Venice
    Venice, Florida
    Collegiate responsibility for supporting other leaders within Catholic education.
  • 1998-1999 Assistant Principal
    St. John Neumann High School
    Naples, Florida
    Designed and taught study skills workshops; advised students; selected and supervised support staff; supported the principal in all facets of school life.
  • 1997-1998 Chairperson for the SACS Committee
    St. John Neumann High School
    Naples, Florida
    Implemented a School Improvement Plan to provide continuous improvement and learning.
  • 1995-1998 Resource Leader
    Diocese of Venice
    Venice, Florida
    Implemented first study skills program for academically challenged students; Taught and advised other teachers.
  • 1990- 1994 Principal,
    St. Jude Elementary School
    Boca Raton, Florida
    Instrumental in leading an elementary school community where all can experience growth and create a future within a Professional Learning Community.
    Developed program and student evaluation charts that were instrumental in promoting efficiency in scholarship application processing and developing individual learning plans for students with academic challenges.