Dr. Marcela Cámpoli is a multicultural mission-driven professional with over fifteen years of successful local and international experience on implementing evidence-based practice to strengthen program performance and supporting strategic program change management. She has experience in leading teams, serving under-served and at-risk populations, and establishing measurable analytics to monitor performance of innovative projects. She has expertise in the global industry providing regulatory and technical expertise on health and education, including digital health, virtual care and services, data analytics, and clinical research coordination and management. She also possesses experience in project development on health economics, health administration, health quality improvement management, population health, and global quality monitoring.

Dr. Cámpoli is bilingual (Spanish and English), and holds a doctorate in health economics (summa cum laude), a master’s degree in health administration, and a baccalaureate degree in business administration (BBA). She is certified by the American Society of Quality as a Quality Improvement/Performance Manager, and completed a WHO/PAHO International Health residency. She recently finished the Georgetown University’s Bias Reduction Improvement Program (BRIC) where she served as Lead Coach.  

Currently, she is the Director of the Institute for Credentialing Research & Quality Management at the American Credentialing Center of the American Nurses Association. She is also the Research and Operation Coordinator for the Psychiatry Department Research Division and for the Medical Humanities Initiative at Georgetown University. In the community, she serves as Montgomery County Council on Health Commissioner, Board Member of the “Welcome Back Center” of the Latino Health Initiative of Montgomery County; and as pro-bono Chair of Cares4Health’s Board of Directors, an organization providing access to high-quality health care to immigrants and uninsured individuals in general.