Annual Freedom Fund Scholarship Banquet

Saturday, October 05, 2013

Stringer Fine Arts/Gallery Theater
6:45 P.M.





Dr. Derrick L. Campbell is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of DLC Consultant Group and The Promised Land Ministry.He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology from Capital Institute of Technology, a second Bachelor of Science degree in Math Education from the University of the District of Columbia, a Masters in Education Administration from Lincoln University, and a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Rowan University.

Dr. Campbell authored his first book, Promoting Positive Racial Teacher-Student Classroom Relationships, in January 2008. As a result of writing this book, he developed a Cultural Relationship Training Program that improves teacher-student classroom relationships as well as several companion programs. He also developed the B.O.S.S. Leadership Training Program that improves manager-employee workplace relationships and the Law Enforcement Cultural Relationship Training Program that improves relationships between law enforcement and the local community. Dr. Campbell has facilitated leadership and team-building seminars for several local civic organizations and churches.

Dr. Campbell authored his second book, Leading Your Marriage into the Promised Land, in February 2009. Following the writing this book, he wrote two companion workbooks, one for husbands and the other for wives. Dr. Campbell and his wife, Sheila, who have been happily and successfully married for over eleven years, direct the Promised Land Ministry and are available to facilitate Leading Your Marriage into the Promised Land seminars and workshops.

Dr. Campbell has lectured at various locations throughout the nation, including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). He has ministered to the youth at his home church on the topic of Christian student rights in the public schools and has ministered at another local New Jersey church on Overcoming the Poverty Cycle. He has been a board member of the men’s ministry, Athletes United in Christ, and has participated in various church activities.

If You Go What: NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner When: 6:45 p.m. Saturday, October 05, 2013 Where: Stringer Fine Arts, Hutchinson Community College. Tickets: $35 per person, purchased at the door or ahead of time by calling the NAACP office at 669-7202 or Hence Parson 665- 3459.