Managing Director of Place-Based Entrepreneurship
Regina Ann Campbell, serves as the managing director for place-based entrepreneurship at TechTown Detroit, where she’s responsible for the daily operations and supporting entrepreneurship through many of TechTown’s programs. Since joining TechTown in 2013, Campbell has worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs, assisted with the launch of multiple Detroit startups and has served as DEW committee chair since the program’s launch five years ago.
Before coming to TechTown, Regina was the senior project manager of economic development at the Vanguard Community Development Corporation. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Western Michigan University, a Master of Social Work from Wayne State University, a Master of Urban Planning from the University of Michigan and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. Regina sees the world as ever changing. As a lifelong learner Regina continues to position herself personally and professionally to stay up to date and innovative with ideas and solutions to meet market demands.
Regina is a budding entrepreneur in the youth edutainment industry and was a Wayne State University Detroit Revitalization Fellow, Leadership Detroit Class of XXXVII. Aspen Scholar 2016. She is also a graduate of Inforum Michigan’s InGAGE entrepreneurial program and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; Jack and Jill of America, Inc.; Treasurer for Wayne State University School of Social Work Alumni Board; Wayne State University HIGH Program Advisory Board; and the Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute Urban Healthy Families Advisory Board, My Sisters KeyPers, Detroit Entrepreneur Week Committee Chair 2012-16. Regina is a member of the Forward Cities Detroit Team.
Regina is a lifelong Detroiter. Lives East-side Detroit with her husband and sons.