Eileen Powers is the Director of Financial Aid & Director of Public Partnerships at Campbell Hall and a lifelong educator who has been devoted to access and affordability, building diverse enrollment and bridging cultural and educational divides. She has a special interest in creating avenues for public and private schools to work together for the common good. After 45 years, she is retiring from full-time work at Campbell Hall, where she was a teacher from 1973 – 2016 and an administrator in various roles since 1984. Campbell Hall is an independent, Episcopal, K-12 all gender day school in Studio City, California. Before joining the faculty of Campbell Hall, she worked for LAUSD as an Adult Education Instructor specializing in ESL and Spanish curriculum. Eileen graduated from the University of California Los Angeles with a B.A. in Spanish before obtaining her M.A. in Sociology from California State University Los Angeles and California State Teacher’s Credential. She will serve on the Board’s Program Committee.