LSC Appoints Chief Information Officer
Washington—The Legal Services Corporation is pleased to announce that Peter Campbell will join its staff in the role of chief information officer on January 2. He will be responsible for all aspects of LSC’s technology strategy.
“Peter is known as a leader and an innovator,” said LSC President James J. Sandman. “His expertise and skills will help LSC leverage technology more effectively to support access to justice for all Americans.”
Campbell has significant expertise in advancing communication, collaboration, and efficiency through creative use of the Web and other technology platforms. He served as information technology director for the nonprofit environmental law firm Earthjustice, and for the law firm Lillick & Charles. At Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, where he was vice president and director of information technology, he led the use of technology to transform inventory management and retail operations for an 18-store system.
Campbell is also the author of “How to Decide: IT Planning and Prioritizing,” a chapter in the Nonprofit Technology Network’s award-winning book, Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission – A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders. He serves on the board of Idealware, a nonprofit that helps nonprofits make smart software decisions.
Legal Services Corporation (LSC) is an independent nonprofit established by Congress in 1974 to provide financial support for civil legal aid to low-income Americans. The Corporation currently provides funding to 134 independent non-profit legal aid programs in every state, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories.