Welcome Jackie Campbell to the Clermont County CVB

Mar. 6 2024

Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau Welcomes New Director of Sales and Client Experience!

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The Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce its recent hire of Jackie Campbell who has joined the CVB team as Director of Sales and Client Experience. In this new role, Jackie will be responsible for increasing meetings and group tours as well as sports and recreational events hosted in Clermont County. "Jackie brings over 20 years of experience in group and meeting sales to our organization. She brings some solid, best practices with her that will have a positive impact on our sales efforts. We are excited to have her on our team," said CVB President, Jeff Blom.


She joins us from San Diego, California where she has worked in multiple roles in the hospitality and tourism sector. She began her career working for a yacht charter company called Hornblower Cruises and then moved into university summer conferencing and event management at UC San Diego. Most recently, she piloted the sales and operations of a new state-of-the-art facility developed and operated by Sharp Healthcare, called the Prebys Innovation and Education Center.


Jackie, her partner Nick and daughter, Avery recently relocated to Cincinnati to be closer to family and friends and enjoy the unique mix of small-town charm and city action Cincinnati offers to its residents. Jackie and her family reside in the Loveland area where Avery had just started kindergarten at LECC. Jackie enjoys spending time with family, friends and three pets, hosting game nights and seasonal gatherings, as well as exploring all that the Clermont County and the surrounding areas have to offer from the Cincinnati Zoo to the amazing parks and local eateries!


Jackie said, "I am beyond delighted to continue my professional journey with the Clermont County CVB! I look forward to promoting all the fantastic venues, hotels and amenities of Clermont County and drive group tourism to the area to create helpful, positive impacts for years to come!”