Gregory A. Campbell Greg Campbell is President & CEO of Rainmaker, Inc. (www.rainmaker-inc.com), a strategic investment and advisory firm. He is also Managing Partner of Prosalus Capital Partners, a healthcare-focused venture capital firm (www.prosaluscaptial.com). Greg is a long-time entrepreneur, Angel investor, and real estate developer, with a focus on building and investing in businesses that are disruptive, scalable, and noble in their purpose.
He has funded, operated, and advised ventures across a broad array of industries in the United States, Latin America, and West Africa. As a partner with Best Associates, a private merchant banking firm, Mr. Campbell originated and closed transactions creating the Whitney International University System (renamed Ilumno) in South America currently serving 300,000 students in multiple degree programs. He was also associated with the formation of the New England College of Business and Finance, American College of Education, and Academic Partnerships.
Greg was a co-founder and Managing Partner of the North Texas Opportunity Fund, a private equity firm that invested institutional money in minority and women-led middle-market companies. Mr. Campbell was the founder and CEO of HBCUsOnLine.com, an educational technology business. He founded and was managing partner of Solomon Partners, an affordable home developer. Mr. Campbell is a member of the board of The Angel Capital Association and serves as an advisor to the Investors of Color Network (ICN).
Mr. Campbell currently serves on the boards of several companies including Kanarys, Vitls, Constant Companion, Inc., and Curis Functional Health. An avid supporter of the community, Mr. Campbell also currently serves as a Board member of the Methodist Health System, the Communities Foundation of Texas, the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, and the Greater Harlem Housing Development Corporation.
Previously he has served on the boards of The Real Estate Council, Industrial Development Corporation of Dallas, and the Metroplex Advisory Board for JPMorgan Chase. He was a principal author of The Dallas Plan, a strategic platform for the city’s growth and development. He regularly teaches entrepreneurial and investment workshops at the University of Dallas, Southern Methodist University, Rice University, as well as overseas through VentureWell under a US State Department program.
Mr. Campbell previously held senior marketing and corporate management positions with Pepsi-Cola, Frito-Lay, PepsiCo, and CPC International. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Cornell University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.