Dejoron T. Campbell currently serves as an Associate Director of Strategic Learning Initiatives for the National Diversity Council and has been with the organization since 2015. As Associate Director of Strategic Learning Initiatives, she is responsible for the implementation, administration and development of diversity and inclusion education programs, tools and services. She is also responsible for the execution of all marketing activities for these programs, tools and services and manages seasonal interns.
Prior to this role, she supported the Georgia and NDC Carolinas Diversity Councils. Where she secured event funding and corporate sponsorships, and was responsible for planning and executing diversity workshops, leadership conferences, and college diversity summits. She also oversaw the marketing and operations for the Strategy and Research department including the DiversityFIRST™ Certification Program, which prepares professionals in the D&I space, and the DiversityFIRST™ Toolkit, an online resource for D&I. In addition, she offered support to NDC Consulting, which provides strategic consulting in the areas of diversity and inclusion, leadership, and cultural competence.
Dejoron is a driven and passionate human resources professional that produces impactful results with experience in benefit and state regulatory programs, employee guidance and counseling, HR staff management, reporting and analytics, research and development, and project and event management.
Dejoron has more than eight years of human resources experience with Pitney Bowes, a fortune 500 company in the business services industry. Her first role was an HR specialist, supporting all U.S. personnel inquiries and requests. Shortly after, she was promoted to an HRIS specialist, administering personnel data changes and ensuring data integrity. Lastly, she led a team of HR administrators and coordinators as an HR supervisor.
Stemming from her passion about diversity and inclusion, Dejoron began serving as a volunteer with the Tri-State Diversity Council in 2013. She served as event chair for the 2015 New York Women in Leadership Symposium and coordinated various mixers. In 2015, she designed and launched her own website, labellepatron.com, to encourage and list development options for her peers and other young, urban and professional women.
Dejoron received her bachelor of arts degree from Alfred University in 2006 and a master of business administration degree with a concentration in human resources management from the University of New Haven in 2009. She received her designation as PHR (Professional in Human Resources) in 2009 and CDP (Certified Diversity Professional) in 2016.