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CMConsulting specializes in strategic social justice leadership and advocacy development ensuring that those impacted by the desired change are integral in the development of structures and systems that serve them.

At CMConsulting we are focused on providing social justice organization and strategy management services with the highest levels of stakeholder engagement and integration.

Christine Campbell, MSOD, is Sole Proprietor CMConsulting, focusing on social justice strategy management with the highest levels of stakeholder engagement and integration. With more than 30 years of experience, she has worked for nonprofit organizations focused on social justice issues including poverty, racism, health disparities, homelessness and housing, and other human rights issues. She has served in just about every capacity from direct service, development, management, technical assistance, advocacy to leadership. Her career has been built on her primary professional value – furthering social justice for all in terms of rights, opportunities, privilege, power, and distribution of wealth within society.

Our work includes:

  • working with organizations as a Subject Matter Expert and developing and delivering program specific deliverables;
  • working with communities and organizations in developing equity-based policies and systems;
  • working with community-based organization facilitating board and staff retreats, community coalition development and issue-based consultation;
  • working with organizational leadership providing executive coaching;
  • developing and facilitation of Staff Training(s)

Ms. Campbell has her Master of Science in Organization Development from American University. In her free time, she sings with the Holy Comforter St-Cyprian Choir in Southeast DC, where her family has been members for three generations.

Christine comes from a large, interconnected family raised to be change agents. Her father’s favorite quote, and now hers is from Frederick Douglas:

"If there is no struggle there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation are men who want crops without plowing up the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters."

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