Paul Campbell  |  Contributor

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Paul Campbell, an adjunct professor at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and senior fellow for the University of Pennsylvania's Fels Institute of Government, leads UnitedHealthcare's sales strategy for state and local markets.

An attorney and former federal agent investigating public corruption and procurement fraud, Campbell also is a former director of Central Management Services, a $12 billion Illinois state agency that led a statewide effort to create a shared-services organization that saved more than $500 million.

After his service as a federal investigator, Campbell worked as a prosecutor before returning to private practice as a commercial litigator, becoming a partner at a Chicago law firm. He earned his MBA degree from Kellogg and his law degree from the John Marshall Law School.

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