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Bill Campbell Named Executive Director of Forma

Bill Campbell Named Executive Director of Forma

Screen Shot 2016-07-02 at 10.32.50 AMFollowing a nationwide search, the Forma board has selected Bill Campbell as its first executive director.

Bill has been Director of the Annual Fund at Virginia Theological Seminary since January 2013. Prior to that, he served five years as the Director of Religious Education at St. Paul’s, Alexandria. During his time at St. Paul’s Bill was an active member of NAECED.

On his new role with Forma, Bill said, “I am excited to accept this call at such an amazing time in Forma’s history. The mission of Forma has never been so vital to the future of the Episcopal Church, and I look forward to helping make Forma’s goals come to fruition.”

We are thrilled Bill will be leading the board, working groups and membership in the next phases of its 20 year history. He will begin his position on August 1. His formation experience, commitment to the Gospel and vocation at VTS are an amazing fit for Forma.

We are grateful to the search committee for their prayerful dedication these last six months. Over 50 applications were submitted, six initial interviews were held, and four candidates (two men and two women) were then interviewed in person by three different groups.

The new executive director will have a great deal of work to do raising funds for the future of our organization. Please click here to make a gift today in support of Forma and its future.

Jamie Martin-Currie
Forma President


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Lesley and Ian Markham

Congratulations to Bill. He’s a great appointment.

Jay Croft

What is Forma, and what does that acronym stand for?

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