Marcus Campbell, Ed.D. has served as the Assistant Superintendent/Principal at Evanston Township High School D202 since 2013. In this role he serves as the educational leader and chief administrator of all school operations at ETHS and is responsible for implementing and managing the policies, regulations, and procedures of the Board of Education to ensure that all students are educated and supported in a safe, equitable, culturally relevant, and student-centered learning environment.
As the assistant superintendent of District 202, Dr. Campbell is responsible for providing leadership in the development of district strategy and organizational change, including effective instruction practices, impactful diversity and equity initiatives, and responsive programs and services. He provides administrative leadership to carry out the Board’s Equity and Excellence Mission Statement and oversees the implementation of all District equity transformation programs, training, and initiatives to help improve the overall school culture for all students and to eliminate barriers to the equitable education of students from underrepresented backgrounds. His goal is to effectively engage students, staff, parents, the Board, and members of the community; clearly articulate the goals and priorities of the District and Superintendent; and build support for the District’s mission while increasing pride and trust in the school.
Dr. Campbell earned his Ed.D. in Educational Leadership at National College of Education, National Louis University. He also holds an MA in Social and Cultural Foundations in Education from DePaul University and a BA from University of Illinois at Champaign with a major in English and minor in African American Studies.