An educator and administrator with more than a decade of experience in his field, Warren J. Campbell splits his time between responsibilities as a graduate education instructor at the University of Bridgeport (UB) and Careers department leader at Watertown High School in Connecticut. The recipient of a BS in management information systems from Fairfield University, Warren J. Campbell subsequently began Masters in Education coursework at UB, during which time he worked as a student teacher at Watertown High School. Following graduation, Mr. Campbell remained at UB as a part-time instructor and joined the faculty at The Gilbert School, where he spent the next six years teaching business and technology courses, coaching baseball, and overseeing publication of the yearbook.
In 2009, Mr. Campbell left Gilbert for his present role at Watertown, in which capacity he develops and teaches a multifaceted curriculum, additionally serving as advisor to DECA, the Future Business Leaders of America, and the National Honor Society. Active in his community as well, Warren J. Campbell regularly takes part in local fundraisers for the Lupus Foundation of America and previously organized a blood drive for the Red Cross.