Mary Campbell United Water, Senior Director-Tactial Business Solutions and Tri-State Growth
Education: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, Fairleigh Dickinson University; law degree, New York Law School
Job responsibility: Identify opportunities for growth
Company description: Water and wastewater services
Primary professional/community affiliations: American Heart Association; Making Strides for Breast Cancer; Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; Girl Scouts of America; Women’s Institute of Bergen County; Women Rising; YMCA
Who is your most influential role model? My stepfather, Gerard D. Guilfoyle. He was a lieutenant in the New York City Fire Department and received the Medal of Honor … He worked there for 20 years until he had to leave on disability. Thereafter, he started a small business in New Jersey and operated it successfully for 35 years … He taught me and my siblings what it meant to have integrity, honor in the face of adversity, courage, initiative, passion and loyalty.
When is it appropriate to text in business? When you have familiarity with a colleague and a business relationship has been forged.
What would you give New Jersey for its 350th birthday? A collage of photos that shows all the natural beauty and the wildlife in the state.
What is your go-to stress buster at work? After I leave work, I like to walk along a waterway or sit in my boat and watch the sunset. A beautiful sunset has a calming effect and brings me peace.
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Mary CampbellSenior Director-Tactial Business Solutions and Tri-State Growth