Recently retired from the Administration for Community Living, the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Campbell is now serving as a consultant to organizations and individual researchers in the intersection of aging, disability, and technology research and policy. During her 17-year career at NIDILRR (formerly known as NIDRR), Campbell has served as a Rehabilitation Program Specialist and as a Senior Scientist for Planning and Policy Support. In this position, Campbell’s primary responsibilities involved: providing scientific direction for strategic planning and priority development in the areas of aging with disability, technologies to promote health and wellness and successful aging, health disparities and health equity, and accessible health IT; serving as a project officer for NIDILRR’s grants in these areas; and coordinating NIDILRR’s research capacity-building efforts for both the Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training (ARRT) program, which funds institutions of high education to conduct multidisciplinary post-doctoral rehabilitation research, and the Switzer Research Fellowship Program, which awards Merit and Distinguish Fellowships to qualified individuals. In addition, Dr. Campbell represented NIDILRR to the following scientific and interagency committees: the National Academies of Sciences Forum on Aging, Disability and Independence; the Healthy People 2020 Workgroup on Disability and Health; the Federal Interagency Workgroup for Healthy People 2020; and the Health Information Technology Research and Development (HITRD) Subcommittee of the Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program (NITRD). During the last four years of her federal career, Campbell also focused on promoting the use of translational research strategies to help fill the gap in the availability of evidence-based interventions for individuals with disabilities that have been demonstrated to be effective in community settings. Prior to joining NIDRR/NIDILRR in 1999, Campbell served for nine years as the Research Director for the NIDRR-funded Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Aging with Disability at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center, Downey, CA; and for four years as a research associate at the Andrus Gerontology Center, University of Southern California, directing a Longitudinal Study of Intergenerational Family Relations. During her career, Campbell has presented widely and published numerous peer-reviewed articles on aging with physical disability. She has also been active in several professional associations in both disability and aging, currently serving as the chair of the Policy Committee for the Gerontological Society of America. Dr. Campbell’s advanced degrees are in Human Development and Family Studies from Cornell University (1986) and Social Relations from Lehigh University (1978).