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Association of Legal Administrators Hires April Campbell As New Executive Director

Washington D.C. (August 26, 2020) – After a national search conducted by Sterling Martin Associates, April Campbell was hired as the new Executive Director for Association of Legal Administrators (ALA). Campbell brings more than 20 years of experience in the legal industry, having been an attorney in her early career and a legal administrator for the last 15 years.

Campbell earned a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, with a Business Option, from The Pennsylvania State University in 1995. She went on to earn a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Oregon School of Law in 1998. Prior to joining ALA, Campbell served as the Director of Administration for McCullough Hill Leary, P.S. in Seattle, WA. McCullough Hill Leary, PS is an eleven-attorney law firm emphasizing land use, environmental, real estate development, and general business law.

About ALA

Founded in 1971, ALA is an international professional association representing leaders and managers in the legal industry. ALA has approximately 8,500 members worldwide, representing more than 30 countries. ALA provides extensive professional development, collaborative peer communities, strategic operational solutions, and business partner connections that empower its members to lead the business of law.

About Sterling Martin

Sterling Martin Associates (SMA) is a national executive search firm founded in 2006 by CEO and Managing Partner, David Martin. SMA specializes in working with associations and nonprofit organizations on senior-level executive searches. With five office locations in Washington, DC, Chicago, New York and California, SMA offers national reach and scope while providing superior quality of service in a cost-effective manner. Our partners and consultants bring association, nonprofit and for-profit management experience to each of our client engagements. Our team also serves as volunteers for a wide range of nonprofit governing boards.