Eva Campbell, BA
Senior Client Relations Manager
Eva is originally from Cohasset, Massachusetts. Her career was shaped by early work for the US Consulate in Dubai, UAE, inspiring her to obtain a BA in Criminal Justice from Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. Eva relocated from New England to Florida and began pursuing a career in the computer security field in 2003.
Eva’s mission since becoming a member of BioTeam is to champion the effort to advance science by building, maintaining, and enhancing working relationships with clients through a deep understanding of their needs and mapping those needs back to BioTeam’s capabilities and services.
Since beginning her technology career in 2003, Eva has obtained multiple certifications across sales, technology, and marketing. She has gained experience working for large multinational software and desktop virtualization, IT automation, network, and security companies. Eva was introduced to BioTeam in 2016 via a collaboration during her time with commercial and federal systems integrator, Red River. She has an extensive background working at the executive level, across multiple verticals and understands the impact of business, scientific, and technical perspectives in commercial, academia, non-profit, and government markets. Eva started her own client management company with a focus on computational life sciences in 2018 in order to more effectively engage with BioTeam, prior to becoming an official member of BioTeam in 2019.
I enjoy staying active and being involved with my children and their sporting activities including soccer, lacrosse, swimming, and horseback riding. I spend a lot of time outdoors and at the beach. Living in South Florida, ocean conservation is a passion that I share with my two children, teaching them about human impact on the ocean and the importance of protecting marine life and habitats. I have had a life-long deep fascination with the living sciences, nature, and animals. My family has a lot of pets and we are always adding new furry family members, the most recent being a very large spider.