Elizabeth Campbell serves as Occupational Training Senior Training Specialist. Her role includes development and facilitation of projects and training programs for UVA Facilities Management. Prior to joining the University of Virginia in 2015, Campbell worked for the United States Senate Federal Credit Union developing and facilitating their internal Training and Development program. She holds a Bachelors in Education from Bluefield College and a Master Trainer Certification from the Association for Talent Development.
Since joining UVA FM, Campbell’s efforts have included the renewal and expansion of English as a Second Language Coaching for English Language Learners – a partnership between UVA FM and UVA’s Center for American English Language and Culture. This program encourages the growth and development not only of English language learners within FM but also of University students and volunteers. She has overseen the development of an online tracking platform to log UVA FM Apprentices’ training progress and has developed communication among program participants and management, including the institution of Apprentice Monthly Roundtables. She has reinvigorated FM New Employee Onboarding training, and introduced of a formal mentoring program to FM.
Campbell continues to be a pacesetter with leadership and frontline program development, interdepartmental collaborations, expansion of technological resources, as well as connecting FM employees with internal and external training and development resources.