President and CEO, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities Move to College Possible Headquarters
ST. PAUL, MN ―Jim McCorkell, College Possible Founder and CEO, announced today that nonprofit veteran Erin Carlin Campbell has joined the growing organization as vice president of site operations. Campbell leaves the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities―after 20 years―with more than $7 million in endowment funds, the capacity to serve over 12,000 youth annually and with $11 million in recent building renovations completed.
The appointment of Campbell, a proven leader in creating sustained, strategic growth, signals College Possible’s commitment to expand its work—coaching low-income students to-and-through college—across the country. “One of our core values is keeping our eyes on the prize. Erin’s ability to take a strategic vision and make it real through discipline, strategic expertise and motivating those around her is the perfect expression of this value and makes her the ideal person to lead our operations and development work,” said McCorkell.
As VP of site operations, Campbell will oversee College Possible’s five expansion sites and will lead fundraising efforts to support the organization’s growth. “We know our model is highly replicable and gets great results. Erin will be a critical player as we grow and support our chapters in creating many more graduates,” commented Chief Operating Officer, Laura Liu.
“I am thankful for the opportunity to share the experiences and knowledge I’ve gained at the Boys & Girls Clubs with College Possible sites across the country,” commented Campbell.
College Possible is making college admission and success possible for low-income students through an intensive curriculum of coaching and support. College Possible operates in Minnesota, Milwaukee, Omaha, Portland, Philadelphia and Chicago.