Richard Kinsley
Executive Director
Phone: 740-587-8570
Email: dkinsley {at} ohiocampuscompact(.)org

Richard Kinsley has been Executive Director of Ohio Campus Compact since 1997.  He has over 25 years of experience as a faculty member, curriculum specialist, trainer, and administrator in the field of service-learning and experiential education. Ohio Campus Compact engages and supports it members in public and community service that builds sustainable campus/community partnerships, educates for active citizenship, and improves the social and economic well being of communities.
Under Mr. Kinsley’s leadership, Ohio Campus Compact has expanded its membership to 40+ Ohio colleges and universities, expanded its grant programs for faculty, students, and community organizations, expanded its technical assistance and training services, and developed a nationally recognized college student philanthropy program and a nationally recognized AmeriCorps VISTA program.


Stephanie Dodd
Student Resource Center Program Director &
Development Director
Phone: 740-587-8571
Email: sdodd {at} ohiocampuscompact(.)org

Stephanie comes to Ohio Campus Compact with years of experience working with non-profits, corporations and campaigns raising funds, planning successful events and managing budgets. Her work in civic engagement started in high school and has continued into her adult life.
Stephanie earned her bachelor’s of business administration from the University of Cincinnati with majors in finance, information systems and digital business. She is a member of the Junior League of Columbus Board of Directors and Franklin Park Conservatory Women’s Board. Stephanie recently served on Ohio’s State Board of Education representing 13 counties in Central, Southeastern and Eastern Ohio. Stephanie resides at Buckeye Lake with her husband and three children.

Our project partner contact:

Nate Hall
Campus Election Engagement Project’s Ohio Director
Email: nate {at} campuselect(.)org

In his role with CEEP, Nate is returning to his roots in campus organizing. He got his start doing voter registration and GOTV work at Ohio University. From there, he worked on various campaigns in Ohio, including managing two races for state representative, culminating in two years as a legislative aide in the Ohio House of Representatives. For the last four years, he has done political organizing work for a labor union, primarily in Ohio and Michigan. As part of this work, Nate managed a team of 20+ organizers working on races across Michigan. He also helped to draft a bill in the Ohio House of Representatives to address payroll fraud and misclassification, and helped managed the bipartisan coalition that passed it out of committee. Nate lives in Columbus with his wife and two dogs, and spends his free time renovating his house and exercising.