About Brooke Campbell, CNP

Brooke Campbell, CNP, CVA is the Director of Volunteer Houston, a wife, best friend, AmeriCorps NCCC alum, rescue kitten mom, backyard gardener, instructional designer, international traveler, INTJ (information architect), better listener than talker, and is obsessed with doing good. Her passion for volunteering began when she accompanied her parents to deliver a casserole to a homeless man living in the woods. The passion that was sparked that day has developed into a fulfilling career. As the “Service Learning Initiator” for her AmeriCorps NCCC team, she has created space for intentional service learning reflections among program participants. Brooke is trained in instructional design and evaluation and has authored two professional training courses for a national nonprofit. She also instructs Points of Light’s Volunteer Engagement Training Program for volunteer administrators in the Texas Gulf Coast Region. Brooke is an avid believer in the mutual benefits of collaborations and serves on both the Texas Nonprofit Summit and Power Tools for Nonprofits (Houston) Advisory Committees.

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