Founder and Chief of Innovation & Strategy, Codman Academy Charter Public School
Meg Campbell, Founder and former Head of School, Codman Academy Charter Public School, currently is Chief of Innovation and Strategy. She focuses on integration of health and education pre-natal to age 5 - “The Younger Siblings Project” - and addressing climate change at the local level through greening initiatives in Codman Square. Previously she was Lecturer at Harvard Graduate School of Education and founding Executive Director of EL Education (formerly Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound).
Meg serves on the boards of The Primary School in East Palo Alto, California, Squash Busters, Dorset Theatre Festival Artistic Advisory Board, and The Boston Women’s Heritage Trail, which she co-founded. She is a founder and former board member of Margarita Muñiz Academy and served on the Boston School Committee. Awards include American Youth Foundation "Youth Leadership Award" and Grand Circle Travel Foundation's "Lewis Changing People's Award."
Meg is the author of two collections of poetry from Midmarch Arts Press: More Love (2010) and Solo Crossing (1999). She holds an A.B. from Harvard University in History & Literature, an M.S. from Wheelock College in Early Childhood & Elementary Education, and a C.A.S. from Harvard Graduate School of Education in Social Policy.