- Sr. Project Manager, Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Service
Bill Campbell is a senior project manager with the Walton Global Sustainability Solutions Services. Bill began his work with the Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives in August 2013, working on a variety of projects in the public and private sectors with his primary focus in municipal, county and utility projects.
Bill was part of the team that developed the Resource Innovation and Solutions Network (RISN), a partnership between the Walton Global Sustainability Solutions Service at ASU and the city of Phoenix. Bill’s experience in project management and model analysis has enabled him to develop solutions that engage project stakeholders and assess a variety of potential future outcomes that support strategic decision making.
Bill’s background includes over 25 years in delivering solutions in IT application development. He holds an Information Technology degree from Northern Illinois University, an MBA from the WP Carey School at Arizona State University and a Certificate in Sustainable Technology and Management, also from ASU.
Hooton, K., S. Giannakouros, W. Campbell, M. Hulley Friedman, J. Groeneveld, L. Steger and S. J. Hall. 2018. Ozone precursor, particulate matter and particulate matter precursor emissions from composting operations: A Literature review and estimates. RISN Network. Prepared for Maricopa County Air Quality Department (link )