Kim Campbell

Academic Support Assistant

Kim Campbell was raised in Orange County and attended San Diego State University where she earned a B.S. in Psychology.

After graduating from SDSU, she worked as a counselor at a Residential Treatment Facility for adolescent boys. She then decided to go back to school and received  her Master’s Degree in School Counseling from National University. She has worked as a school counselor at both Tustin and Foothill High Schools in the Tustin Unified School District.

After getting married to her college sweetheart, Mark Campbell, and having their first baby girl, she made the decision to stay at home. Mark and Kim have four kids; three biological daughters, and a son who is adopted from South Africa. They currently live in San Clemente.

While being a stay-at-home mom, Kim was very busy doing ministry. She is an Emissary and Board Member at Acres of Love. This organization provides the very best family care to children orphaned or abandoned in South Africa. She has led over 15 trips of women there to meet the children and better understand the mission. Kim has also written curriculum and taught Bible Studies, worked very closely with the homeless community in her city, mentored women at a Sober Living home, written and published a book called “What If?,” and is an international Christian speaker.

Now that Kim’s oldest daughter has started her freshman year in college, and her youngest two are in middle school, Kim has decided that this is the perfect time to resume her career. She feels that God graciously led her to Pacifica. She is so excited to be marrying her love for the Lord and her passion for working with high school students.

B.S. Psychology—San Diego State University
M.S. School Counseling—National University
Pupil Personnel Services Credential

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