Class of 2000
San Diego, California
Wilburn “Rocky” Campbell grew up in sunny San Diego and graduated from Lewis & Clark in 2000. He was a double major in German studies and sociology/anthropology and studied abroad in Germany. During his time at L&C he was on staff at the Piolog, KLC, and Polyglot. A Phi Beta Kappa member and Student Academic Affairs Board grant recipient, Rocky also led the German Club and co-chaired the Student Athletics Advisory Committee. As a member of the tennis team, Rocky was a two-time ITA Academic All American, GTE/CoSIDA District VIII Academic All-American, PAC Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Rocky has been heavily involved in many volunteer and leadership roles within the college and beyond as a student and alumnus. Most recently, he served as co-chair of the 10th reunion gift committee for the class of 2000, which won the Highest Participation Award from Lewis & Clark for increasing the class’ participation in Annual Fund giving by 19 percent and raising ,925 in gifts – 139 percent of the goal that was set at ,000.
Back in San Diego, Rocky is the COO of Relocation Coordinates, Inc., a full-service relocation management company providing domestic relocation and global mobility services to organizations of all sizes. At Relocation Coordinates, he oversees all service partners, information technology, employee training, and customer service. As the current President of the San Diego High School Foundation, Rocky also brings valuable non-profit experience to the board. Prior to returning to San Diego, Rocky held several different roles at Miami University and Purdue University and in the sports industry.
Rocky brings a variety of communication, management, fundraising, mentoring, and planning skills to the board, along with a tremendous amount of energy and purpose.