Boston School Committee Member, Founder, Executive Director of Codman Academy Charter Public School
Meg Campbell is founder and Executive Director of Codman Academy Charter Public School, an inner-city high school in Boston that for ten years has seen 100 percent of its graduates accepted to four-year colleges. The school won the Commonwealth Award, Massachusetts’ highest award in arts and culture for its unique partnership with The Huntington Theatre where all students study and perform Shakespeare. Codman is also the only school in the country located inside a community health center. It has been honored by the governor and the mayor for its innovative partnerships with Codman Square Health Center to teach nutrition and wellness and to prepare low-income students for careers in health care. Ms. Campbell was a Lecturer at Harvard Graduate School of Education and founding Executive Director of Expeditionary Learning, a national network of schools inspired by Outward Bound’s pedagogy and principles. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard-Radcliffe, a master’s in education from Wheelock College and C.A.C.S. from Harvard Graduate School of Education.