John Campbell is an entrepreneur with a track record of success who has now turned himself toward the goal of building the world’s preeminent waste reduction company. Partnering with his friend Mark Dancy, Campbell has been engaged with WasteZero as an investor and board member since 2006, and he began spending the majority of his time with the business in 2011.
Prior to his investment as a major shareholder in WasteZero and his appointment as Chairman of the Board, John Campbell was the co-founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Campbell Alliance, a leading specialized management consulting firm. Campbell Alliance was sold in 2011 to inVentiv Health and Thomas H. Lee Partners, a Boston-based private equity firm. Campbell also founded the Pharmaceutical Institute, a provider of educational and information resources to companies in the pharmaceutical and biotech sector. Before that, Campbell was vice president of a U.S. subsidiary of GlaxoSmithKline, where he provided leadership primarily within the Business Planning function for more than six years. On special assignment, he co-founded HealthMatics, developers of an electronic health record used by thousands of physicians. The enterprise was subsequently acquired by Allscripts. He began his professional career with Lawrence Investing Company, a New York-based investment firm. In 2006, Campbell was named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
John Campbell earned an M.B.A. from the College of William & Mary and received his B.B.A. summa cum laude from Pace University.
December 22, 2014
WasteZero provides the expertise, supplies, support services and financing to ensure that waste-reduction programs are successful.