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Chad Campbell


Director of Marketing

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(765) 423-4590

Started at Habitat for Humanity of Lafayette
2015
Education
Purdue University
Favorite Bible Verse
1 Corinthians 15:58
Stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.

 

What makes a house a home to you?
Home to me has been defined by the people and memories associated with the house. Over the years I’ve been blessed enough to have friends and family that have been loving enough to open up their houses to me. Over the years, those houses came to feel as much of a home as one of my own.

C had loves that at Habitat, “God is our center, not our border.” He believes Habitat reflects the ministry and example of Jesus, which allows Habitat for Humanity of Lafayette to make a powerful, lasting impact on the community.

As Habitat’s Director of Marketing, Chad heads the media design process and manages our digital presence to promote Habitat . His favorite part about his job is working with others who care so much about our community. Chad says, “It’s been a life-changing experience to watch people find joy by serving others in the Lafayette area.”

When he’s not in the office, you can catch Chad serving at his home church, City of God, as well as grilling outside, playing sports, or taking it easy on the lake. He is married to his best friend and became a father in June 2016 thanks to his beautiful daughter, Chloe.

“It’s been a life-changing experience to watch people find joy by serving others in the Lafayette area.

Chad Campbell


Director of Marketing

Email Chad
(765) 423-4590

Started at Habitat for Humanity of Lafayette
2015
Education
Purdue University
Favorite Bible Verse
1 Corinthians 15:58
Stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.
What makes a house a home to you?
Home to me has been defined by the people and memories associated with the house. Over the years, I’ve been blessed enough to have friends and family that have been loving enough to open up their houses to me. Over the years, those houses came to feel as much of a home as one of my own.