Our Mission:

Empower

We offer solutions using a multi-dimensional, interdisciplinary approach to achieve our mission of empowering churches to significant impact on their congregations and the communities they serve.

 
 
 
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Our Mission

We help churches grow their impact by offering consulting and coaching experiences designed to focus vision, strategy and action.

 

Our Offerings

 
 

Health ministry consulting

Through the Renaissance Health Collective, we offer a full continuum of services related to establishing, growing and sustaining a health ministry. These services include, but are not limited to, planning, recruiting, and training.

 

Speaking engagements

While serving the District Dr. Campbell was the Chief Operating Officer and Director of Health Reform and Innovation.  She designed the District of Columbia’s Health Benefit Exchange and served on the writing task force for the Affordable Care Act.

In a previous capacity, Dr. Campbell was the Senior Vice President of Planning, Business Development and Ambulatory Services at University of Maryland Midtown Hospital. Additionally, Dr. Campbell has also worked for Ernst & Young, LLP and served as a consultant to the Chicago Department of Public Health, the Center for Health Policy Research, and the Center for Urban Health.

In addition to her professional accomplishments, Dr. Campbell is adjunct faculty at the George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Maryland. Her research has focused on increasing access and reducing disparities in underserved populations.She is also published in and serves as a reviewer for several peer review journals as a recognized expert in these subjects.Dr. Campbell serves on the Board of Directors for three nonprofit organizations.

Dr. Campbell completed her Master of Divinity degree at Yale University. Her focus is on ministry to the marginalized and expanding the role of the church in addressing human rights issues, specifically the right to quality healthcare resources. She is a Fellow of the Yale Program for Medicine, Spirituality, and Religion.

 

Revenue generation

The Renaissance Collective has exceptional expertise in cultivating mutually beneficial partnerships with government and for-profit entities. We will complete an environmental analysis and community needs assessments to assess opportunities for revenue generation.

 

information technology consulting

We offer analysis and assessment of your Information Technology and Operational Technology.

 
 

Our Team

The Renaissance Collective has over 20 years of consulting experience in various industries. Our multi-dimensional and interdisciplinary team is set apart from other consulting groups.

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Executive Team

Leadership is the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal.”

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Jennifer B. Campbell, PhD, MDiv

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Campbell is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer. She has extensive expertise in health care and human services consulting with a national and international clientele. She provides consultation services on strategic planning and change management particularly related to the Affordable Care Act. Formerly she designed the District of Columbia’s Health Benefit Exchange and served on the writing task force for the Affordable Care Act.

 In addition to her professional accomplishments, Dr. Campbell is adjunct faculty at the George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Maryland. Her research has focused on increasing access and reducing disparities in underserved populations.  She is also published in and serves as a reviewer for several peer review journals as a recognized expert in these subjects.  Dr. Campbell serves on the Board of Directors for three nonprofit organizations. 

 

She is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C., where she earned Bachelor of Science degrees in chemistry and mathematics. She received a master’s degree in health services administration (MHSA) from the George Washington University.  She also is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago where she earned her doctorate in public health and economics, graduating summa cum laude. While at the University of Illinois, she was named a fellow of the National Cancer Institute where her research focused on health disparities related to cancer. Dr. Campbell completed her Master of Divinity degree at Yale University. Her focus is on ministry to the marginalized and expanding the role of the church in addressing human rights issues, specifically the right to quality healthcare resources. She is a Fellow of the Yale Program for Medicine, Spirituality, and Religion.

 

Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Jennifer has lived in Chicago, Atlanta, and Baltimore.Currently, Dr. Campbell divides her time between Washington, DC and Detroit, MI..