Niccara Campbell, Political Director, Congressional Black Caucus PAC
Niccara Campbell grew up in Baltimore, MD, with two Air Force veteran parents and went on to attend University of Maryland-College Park, where she majored in African American Studies. While at Maryland, she interned for Representatives. Lacy Clay (D-MO-1) and Danny K. Davis (D-IL-7). Campbell began working for The Congressional Black Caucus Institute in 2013 as the Manager of the Institute’s programs regarding voter engagement and policy papers. In 2015, she joined DuWayne Gregory for Congress (D-NY-2) as the Deputy Campaign Manager and Finance Director, where she raised over $600k in a race against a deep-seeded incumbent.
After the 2016 cycle, Campbell joined the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, serving as the Deputy Member Outreach Director and Red to Blue Liaison. In the 2018 cycle, she was responsible for solely raising over $38.5M in contributions and part of the historic winning team that won 41 House seats. She continued working for the DCCC in 2019 as the Associate Director of Member Engagement and Director of Member Dues, becoming the first African American woman to hold this position. Campbell was tasked with raising over $19M and assisting Members with campaign strategy. After three years at the DCCC, Campbell joined the Congressional Black Caucus PAC as their first political director in late 2019. She is responsible for helping increase the number of CBC members, as well as, maintaining a Democratic majority in the House, gaining a Democratic majority in the Senate, and putting a Democrat in the White House.
Campbell earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in African American Studies from the University of Maryland-College Park.
She last spoke on Fundraising at the January 2021 training session.