Newsmaker: Stephanie Campbell
Noteworthy: Campbell won the University of Pittsburgh College of Business Administration's Alumni Leadership Award for 2013.
Residence: South Side
Occupation: Social media coordinator at American Eagle Outfitters
Background: While at Pitt, Campbell founded the university's chapter of Enactus, a group dedicated to using the entrepreneurial spirit to encourage community service and find solutions to social problems. She was involved with the Fashion in Business Association and played tennis on the university's club team. She also runs a blog, GlamandGraffiti.com.
Education: Bachelor's degree in marketing and a certificate in international business from Pitt in 2013
Quote: “When you put passion and determination into something that's good, you can't go wrong. ... It's so exciting to see everybody get so excited about something I brought to campus. For them to become just as passionate and to learn and work with others to become leaders, that was really rewarding. It was the most exciting thing that I've seen.”
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