Amy Campbell has 36 years of experience in public policy, government processes, and political campaigns, including 28 years a multi-client lobbyist. Amy received the US Government Services Agency's "Hammer Award" in 1996 (given to participants in a team effort that contributes dramatically to improving the way government works) and the Governor's Award for Outstanding Service and Leadership in 1998 (from Governor Terry Branstad).
As a testament to her reputation at the Iowa State Capitol, the Iowa Legislature inducted Amy into the 130-year-old Pioneer Lawmaker Association in 2015. Campbell is currently one of only a handful of lobbyists who currently hold this distinction. She is previously a committee chair for the Des Moines Arts Festival, served on the Mayor's Beaver Drive Trail Committee in Johnston, and is currently on the Ready to Run Board at the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women in Politics at Iowa State University.
An Iowa college graduate, Campbell has lived and worked in Seattle, Washington and continued her education in London and Wales, before settling back to her homestate of Iowa. Campbell is active in the community and lives in Johnston, Iowa with her husband, daughters Lily, Willa, and Isla. You can contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org.