Campbell Family Small and Companion Animal Program Faculty

Dec. 31, 2014

The Campbell Family 4-H Small & Companion Animal Endowment, established by the Banfield Charitable Trust and Scott and Sandy Campbell in 2014, provides support for small and companion animal programs at the discretion of the 4-H State program leader.

After earning his animal sciences bachelor’s degree and doctorate of veterinary medicine at OSU, Scott Campbell ’80 launched a remarkable career. He purchased Banfield, The Pet Hospital, in 1986 and expanded what was a single veterinary hospital to include hundreds of franchised locations. In 2010 he founded Hannah the Pet Society, which seeks to redefine pet ownership by instead “leasing” pets through a program that includes the pet’s food, training, and veterinary care.

Sandy Marshall Campbell ’85 earned a general science degree at OSU before completing her nursing degree. She was a founder of Banfield Charitable Trust, a nonprofit devoted to preventing the separation of pets from their owners. The Campbells are the owners of Silvies Valley Ranch in Harney County, Oregon: a working cattle ranch with a special focus on reconstruction ecology.

In addition to many generous gifts to the university, the Campbells have contributed significantly as volunteers, serving on leadership boards including for the Oregon 4-H Foundation, OSU Foundation, and the OSU Alumni Association.

 

 

Current Faculty Holder

Kristen Moore working with a young student outside at 4-H
Kristen Moore