Dianna Campbell-Saulsbury

Chief Development Officer

Areas of Expertise

  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Business Development


Dianna Campbell-Saulsbury is Chief Development Officer leading strategic partnership and business development. She a mission-driven, results-oriented hands-on leader with close to twenty years of experience in fund/strategic development, marketing, business development and team management within the non-profit and business services industries. She specializes in nurturing profitable relationships with the nation’s largest Fortune 100 corporations, foundations, cause partnerships, and high net worth individuals.

Prior to joining NCOA Campbell-Saulsbury was Sr. Director of Youth Engagement and Policy at Rescue, The Behavior Change Agency. She also has served as Vice President, Development for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation; Sr. Director at National 4-H Council; and Vice President of Development at the Points of Light Foundation.

Campbell-Saulsbury has a Masters degree in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from Walden University and a degree in Communications from Hampton University.