Bill's Commitment to Service in Alexandria City
Bill has spent years learning and understanding the challenges of all Alexandrians. He recognizes the diverse needs of the the community and has the experience to provide innovative ideas and rational decisions. His focuses will be on safety, equity, affordable growth, and sustainment.
Bill wants to earn your vote. Help William E "Bill" Campbell get elected by making him one of your six votes for City Council on June 8th.
VOTE! William E. "Bill" Campbell For City Council
Commission on Aging
Advocate for the needs of older Alexandrians, especially for longtime and low income citizens.
Alexandria City Public School Board
Six budget cycles (capital and operating), three new schools and three additions, developed strategic plans, overhaul all policies, redistricting.
Youth Sports Advisory Committee
Resolving common issues through representatives from each of the youth sports organizations & high schools.
Braddock Metro Neighborhood Plan
Assists City staff in implementing the recommendations of both the Braddock Metro Neighborhood and Braddock East plans.
Departmental Progressive Club
Ten year member, Vice President, and Membership Chair.
Hopkins House Early Education Center Community Board
Assisting families access of high quality daycare through pre-K.
PTA at J.H., G.W., & T.C.
Parent and Teacher support for Alexandria's public school communities.
Long Range Educational Facilities Work Plan
City of Alexandria and ACPS jointly improve facilities planning, accommodate the growing student population, and enhance educational programs and services.
Children, Youth and Families Collaborative Commission
The coordination, alignment, and delivery of effective services to city children and youth from birth to 21.
Charles Houston Recreation Center Parent Advisory Board
Parent committee served to advise on all aspects of center operations and services to include young children, teens, young adults, adults, and senior patrons.
Student Achievement Advisory Committee
ACPS committee that focused on a master plan for insuring an academic and culture change so that all students have a path to success.
T.C. Williams Transformation Team
A state required committee formed to contribute to the posititive transformation of TCW academics and culture.
NAACP Education Committee Chair
Committed to ensuring a focus on educational and employment equity for all Alexandria students and school personnel.
Alexandria City Law Library Board
Citizen and Employee Board established to budget for, advocate and maintain operations of the Alexandria City Law Library.
ACPS Budget Advisory Committee
Parent and community members selected to provide guidance, recommendations and ideas to the Alexandria City School Board.
Mayor-appointed community group established to help ease the rapid gentrification occurring in the Parker-Gray neighborhood.
Parent Leadership Training Institute
Provides a "democracy toolkit" for parents and residents to learn about various aspects of local governance and advocacy for various life necessities including education, employment and housing.
Graduate of the Alexandria City Government Academy
Provides an opportunity for residents to learn about various aspects of the city government.
Early Education Commission
Pre-K leaders and citizens mapping a vision for preschool access in Alexandria
Graduate of the Alexandria City Citizens' Police Academy
Provides an opportunity for residents to learn about various aspects of the Police Department.
Many of you folks know me from my involvement with schools and various other community activities. You may have met me when I served two terms on the Alexandria City School Board. Or, we may have met through my service on neighborhood civic associations and several city boards and commissions. Perhaps you’ve seen me at PTA meetings, athletic functions, and other events supporting our schools and our children's activities. Or you may have gotten to know me and my family through 10+ years of coaching Alexandria boys and girls in various city recreation programs.
My wife, Ruby, and I moved from West Virginia to Northern Virginia in 1987. We settled into Alexandria City in 2004, where we wanted to raise our children (Janay, Cameron, and Jaquan) in a safe neighborhood and become involved in helping to cultivate and maintain a thriving community.
My children have all graduated from T.C. Williams High and I recently retired after 30+ years in engineering with the Department of Defense. We've always been involved in our community and now I'm available full-time to serve our wonderful city.
I look forward to interacting with old friends and to meeting many more of Alexandria's citizens whom we've yet to meet. I plan on earning your respect, your trust and your vote.