Rochelle Campbell leads NACD’s board recruitment practice. Almost 80 percent of NACD’s board placements in 2015 were diverse candidates. She is a director of Child Steps International, a nonprofit supporting children and communities in Liberia, and chairs its communications committee. Contact her at rcampbell@ NACDonline.org.
Entries by Rochelle Campbell
How Education Helps Define You
July 21, 2017
The importance of continuing education as a board member.
Mapping Your Professional DNA
June 5, 2017
Before diving into the board-position search, first consider what makes up your professional DNA.
Achieving Buy-In for Board Change
March 27, 2017
How directors can get buy-in from their boardroom peers to initiate change and maintain strong company performance.
The Bare Essentials for Your Board Interview
January 24, 2017
The interview process can vary greatly from board to board. Review these suggestions before the most important stage of your board seat search.
Create Your Own Serendipity When Networking
November 15, 2016
Are you sparking meaningful, engaged relationships with people in your network? Doing so is the key to building your own serendipity.
Alternate Paths for Aspiring Directors
September 12, 2016
The road to public company directorship is not straight and narrow. Discover new paths.
How to Position Yourself as a Diverse Candidate
July 11, 2016
This newest column in NACD Directorship was designed to support the strategic professional growth of directors. This issue: when seeking your next board seat, consider the diverse perspectives you can offer to a new board.
Becoming a Global Director
Being a jet-setting global director might sound attractive, but as with all things, there are myriad implications to consider
The Power of a Personal Brand
Whether you are seeking your next executive position, a consulting engagement, or a board seat, thoughtfully curating a personal brand will give you an advantage in today’s social media-savvy culture.