Cindy Campbell Biography
Vice President for Communications
Fisher House Foundation, Inc.
Cindy Campbell, LCDR, USN (Ret.) joined the Foundation in 2009 following 30 years of active duty service in the United States Navy. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii and a Master’s of Science in Education from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Her last assignment was in the East Wing of the White House as the White House Military Office Director of Administration, she served in both the Bush and Obama administration.
Cindy has a broad range of experience in the United States Navy and was qualified as a surface warfare officer; she has been assigned to numerous ships including a carrier, a command ship, an oiler and a destroyer. She has served overseas with Commander Fleet Mediterranean in Naples, Italy and with Commander Fleet Activities in Yokosuka, Japan. Cindy was stationed in the Pentagon on 9/11; assigned to the Chief of Naval Operations, Fleet Readiness. She was assigned to the staff of the Secretary of the Navy Legislative Affairs on Capitol Hill prior to her assignment in the White House.
Cindy is a Presidential appointee to the American Battle Monuments Commission. The Commission is the guardian of America’s overseas commemorative cemeteries and memorials—honoring the service, achievements and sacrifice of United States Armed Forces. In addition to her military assignments, she has also worked extensively with the Department of Defense Bone Marrow Donor Program. Cindy has registered over 150,000 donors onto the national registry–a Department of Defense record. Her work has led to hundreds of life-saving matches. Cindy currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia with her husband, Peter Bahm.