College Names General Counsel
December 3, 2018 (Notre Dame, Ind.) — Saint Mary’s College Interim President Nancy Nekvasil has named Martha “Marty” McCampbell to serve as general counsel, effective tomorrow, December 4.
McCampbell recently served as director of diversity, equity, and inclusion and deputy Title IX coordinator at Indiana University South Bend. Previously, she was the general counsel for Lincoln Memorial University from 2011 to 2015, a private, liberal arts school in Harrogate, Tennessee.
“Marty has a strong record of success throughout her diverse legal career,” Nekvasil said. “With significant higher-education experience, she brings a wealth of knowledge about the industry that will make her a valuable addition to our leadership team.”
McCampbell earned both her bachelor’s degree and Juris Doctor degree from the University of Tennessee before serving as trial counsel for the Knox County, Tennessee Law Director’s Office. In that role, her duties were expanded to serve as in-house counsel to Knox County Schools, a district with 88 schools and nearly 60,000 students.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the Saint Mary’s tradition of educating women with a sense of purpose and social responsibility,” McCampbell said. “The values of community, faith, and justice that infuse the College will be a continual source of inspiration.”
About Saint Mary's College: Celebrating 175 years of empowering women to make a difference in the world, Saint Mary’s College is recognized as a pioneer in the education of women. A Catholic, liberal arts institution in Notre Dame, Indiana, the College offers more than 50 academic programs and also offers co-educational master’s degrees in data science, speech language pathology, autism studies, and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice.