For Immediate Release
December 1, 2022

For Ami Campbell, fundraising is not just a job, it is her passion. I’m honored to serve in this role with Josselyn. When we say our vision is Mental health for all, we mean it!” exclaims Campbell. 

As Josselyn’s new Chief Growth Officer, she is helping to drive Josselyn’s growth through resource development, marketing, and engagement. As Campbell works with donors, volunteers and staff, she is building a robust, comprehensive, and sustainable revenue generation program to support Josselyn’s ambitious growth goals.  

“I help people part with their money—for their own good as well as for the good of organizations and communities,” Campbell adds.  

Campbell was drawn to Josselyn because mental health crises have impacted her own family. She acknowledges that while her own situation — great insurance, sufficient income, and flexible work schedules – gave her an edge navigating the mental health care landscape, the vast majority of people don’t have those luxuries. Campbell says, “Josselyn helps bridge the gap. In my new role, I hope to help thousands more families access the mental health care they need.” 

Campbell brings a wealth of experience to Josselyn as a strategist, consultant, communicator, and innovator. Most recently, and a role she continues to hold, is involvement in organizing and leading TEDxWilmette. Campbell also co-authored the book, Love Let Go: Generosity For The Real World, which encourages readers to consider the benefits of personal and global generosity. 

Josselyn is a nonprofit community health provider offering a full range of affordable, effective mental health services including therapy, psychiatry, case management, and employment support. Our vision of providing Mental health for all ensures everyone can access needed mental health treatment and support. Josselyn serves more than 4,400 Chicagoland residents in over 100 communities, a number that grows each week. 

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