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Andrew Campanella has served as president of National School Choice Week since 2012. An enthusiastic advocate for educational opportunity, Andrew has led National School Choice Week (NSCW) during a time of remarkable growth.
From 150 events in 2011 to 32,000 in 2018, NSCW has quickly become the world’s largest education-related public awareness effort.
Before joining the NSCW team, Andrew worked in senior level positions at two national nonprofit organizations focused on K-12 education. In these roles, Andrew worked to help enroll students in school choice programs and to recruit new teachers for public schools.
Andrew grew up in southern New Jersey and attended traditional public schools from grades K-12. He graduated from American University in Washington, D.C. and currently lives in Blue Mountain Beach, Florida.
Shelby Doyle is the director of communications and external relations for National School Choice Week. Held every January, the Week is the nation’s largest-annual celebration of education reform. As director of communications and external relations, she serves as the lead strategist for media outreach and as a national spokesperson. In addition, she works with organizations across the country to help raise awareness about the tens of thousands of independently-planned events that make up the Week.
Prior to joining the National School Choice Week team, she worked in writing and editorial roles for political and cultural commentary journals, as well as in digital communications for political campaigns.
A selection of photos from the last 8 years of events during National School Choice Week can be found here. Please note that all photos may be republished for the purposes of covering the Week.
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Video soundbites from National School Choice Week president Andrew Campanella can be found here. These clips may be used in broadcast news coverage of the Week.