Magdalonie Paris-Campbell has been appointed to the FCA Board of Trustees.
As the director of External and Legislative Affairs for AT&T Services, Paris-Campbell is a highly visible community advocate with close ties to government officials and other Long Island leaders.
Paris-Campbell has been driving community engagement initiatives, supporting strategic public policy, and influencing legislative outcomes for more than 15 years. Prior to her current role, the Baldwin Harbor resident served as the Long Island regional director for U.S. Sen. Kristen Gillibrand, district director for State Sen. Todd Kaminsky, and chief of staff for State Sen. Ada L. Smith. Paris-Campbell’s work in the community has spanned regional issues affecting the environment, economic development, foreign affairs, immigration, military, healthcare, agriculture, telecommunications, technology, and education.
“I couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Magdalonie to FCA’s Board of Trustees,” FCA President and CEO Jeffrey Reynolds, said in a statement from the nonprofit. “As a person who readily connects with others in the community to resolve problems, develop partnerships and inspire action, Magdalonie will provide an important voice on the board.”
A former child protective specialist worker, Paris-Campbell holds a Master’s degree in Social Work Enterprise Administration from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She serves on the boards for United Way Long Island, Long Island Association, Vision Long Island, and Long Island Software & Technology Network. Paris-Campbell was also named to the City and State 2021 & 2022 Long Island Power 100: The Most Influential Individuals in Nassau & Suffolk counties.
FCA is a nonprofit agency helping more than 35,000 Long Islanders each year. For nearly 140 years, the organization has worked to protect and strengthen vulnerable children, seniors, families, and communities on Long Island.