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Lake Havasu Council

It has indeed been an honor serving Lake Havasu City as your councilwoman. 
Having lived in Lake Havasu City for the past 44 years, I am proud to call this city my home. I never take the job lightly, as we have a legacy behind us and a future we must protect. My biggest concerns are the silencing of the people, including our elected officials. I am highly concerned about the current council's vote to block council members from adding items to the agenda. We must diligently secure elected officials the freedom to speak their truth. Please join me in my efforts to be the people's voice; a vote for Campbell 4 Council will allow all citizens to have a seat at the table.  

Protecting our Freedom

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The Legacy we Protect
The Legacy Behind Us
The Future We Must Protect
The Future We Must Protect
Lake Havasu Songwriters Festival
Saving Music & Arts in Local Schools 
 
Working together for a greater cause
Working Together for a Greater Cause 
Lake Havas Songwriters Festival Saved Music & Arts

A Result Driven Businesswomen
with a Compassion to Give Back to Our City.  

Nancy is a result-driven businesswoman who prides herself in strategic conversations that result in positive change. She is a long-term resident of Lake Havasu City with a keen understanding of this city's uniqueness. Nancy is a graduate of Lake Havasu High School; shortly after high school, she married Lake Havasu City Pioneer Chip Campbell; together, they have celebrated over 38 years of marriage. Chip and Nancy raised three children born in Lake Havasu City and are blessed to have seven grandchildren living in their hometown. Nancy believes Lake Havasu City's biggest asset is the people, and she will strive to keep them safe and healthy, emphasizing financial stewardship. Chip & Nancy are partners in their family business, including Campbell Redi Mix, DL Campbell Company, Pioneer Earthmovers, and Window Rock Development, which includes a concrete and asphalt manufacturing company with three rural mines in Kingman and Lake Havasu City.

  • Nancy Campbell Designer, Project Manager, Investor

  • Founder and CEO Lee-Marshall Designs LLC

  • Founder and Event Coordinator Artslakehavasu.com. Top accomplishments Cabernet & Canvas along with Lake Havasu Songwriters Festival, Saving Music & Art Programs in Local Schools.

  • Lake Havasu City Councilmember

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • Founder of A Touch of Class Modeling Studio

  • Founder & Certified Tobacconist of J’s Smoke Shop & Specialty Wine Store LLC aka Js Cigar Bar

  • Founder of Cabernet & Canvas

  • Founder & Event Coordinator of Lake Havasu Songwriters Festival

  • Founder of Js Bridals, Bouquets and Baskets

CURRENT VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
  • Member of the Lake Havasu Republican Women’s Club

  • Member of the London Bridge Republican Women’s Club

  • Member of the Lake Havasu Republican Men’s Club

  • Precinct Committee Member

  • Creative Director & Marketing for the Boots on the Ground 

  • Metropolitan Planning Organization Secretary & Treasurer 

  • Rural Transportation Advisory Council Vice Chairman

  • Arizona@Work Mohave County & La Paz Board Member

  • Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce Liaison

PAST VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
  • Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church-Member & Religious Education Teacher

  • London Bridge Rotary Club-Vice President. Awarded 2004 Rotarian of the Year

  • Treasurer of Havasu Citizens for Freedom of Choice. Assisting in placing a proposition on the ballot.

  • Lake Havasu Chamber Member. Awarded Outstanding Businesswoman Award

  • Member of Mainstreet Organization

  • Board of Trustee- Havasu Regional Hospital

  • Board of Ethics-Havasu Regional Hospital

  • Liaison for the Patient Advisory Board- Havasu Regional Hospital

  • Partners of Economic Development Board

  • WACOG Board Member

Visiting the Arizona State Transportation Board
Arizona State Transportation Board 
Volunteering to the Adopt a Senor Program
Adopt a Senior  
Community Christmas Dinner
Community Christmas Dinner 
Az@work Conference
Az@work Meeting
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