About the Center
Igniting a liberal arts education with an entrepreneurial spirit
Emphasizing a combination of academic and co-curricular activities, our center is a creative hub that invites students, faculty, alumni, mentors, and influential professionals into meaningful collaborations. Together we recognize opportunities, reframe problems, and invent solutions. Our mindset challenges convention and supports aspirations. Our goal is to foster leaders who innovate to bring about a better today and tomorrow.
Amelia Wilcox BA ’81, acting academic director
Assistant professor with term in the psychology department, Amelia holds a PhD in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. She previously was an assistant professor in the School of Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco, and taught on the clinical faculty at San Francisco General Hospital.
At UCSF she was a member of the Bioethics Committee and part of a research group that studied frequent users of the medical emergency room at the hospital. She has interest in innovative and ethical delivery systems for mental health care. Amelia has published on personality disorders in the medical setting, and on suicide. She maintained a private practice in the Bay Area for 15 years and is a clinical psychologist with a practice in the Lair Hill neighborhood of Portland. One of six in her family who graduated from Lewis & Clark, Amelia is a fourth-generation Portlander.
Rocky Campbell BA ’00, director of the Career Center
Rocky has more than 15 years of experience in management and corporate strategies. As chief operating officer of Relocation Coordinates International in San Diego, he developed and managed global service supply chains, information technology and digital initiatives, and employee training.
Rocky has a master’s degree in sport studies from Miami University and a graduate certificate in strategic management from the University of California at San Diego. Among other roles at Lewis & Clark, he has served on the Board of Alumni for nearly five years.