Vicki Campbell, the former Vicki Haynes, is a lifetime resident of Escambia County, Florida and a true “Westside” local. She is a true testament of the Florida public school system, having attended West Pensacola Elementary, Bellview Middle School, and graduating from Escambia High School in Pensacola in 1976. She attended Pensacola Junior College, now Pensacola State College, from 1978-1980 with a focus on Paralegal Studies.
Vicki is an avid businesswoman and entrepreneur, having worked in the Real Estate Research industry for over 40 years. Vicki started her first company, Southeastern Petroleum Abstracts, at 27 years of age. She has been a local business owner and jobs creator for three decades and continues to serve her local community with Perdido Title & Abstract, Inc., a company she owns and operates with her husband Mike.
Community Service is important to Vicki and she has remained active in the community since childhood. In years past, she served on the Executive Board of the PACE Center for Girls, and the Executive Board of Envision Perdido. She is a past Chairman and Treasurer of the Perdido Area Chamber of Commerce and continues her involvement with the organization.
Vicki graduated Pensacola’s LEAP program in 2010, serving as the Internal Communications Chair for her class and remains involved with the LEAP Curriculum Committee & Youth LEAP. Vicki currently serves on the National Association of Industry & Office Properties Northwest Florida Chapter Board of Directors, is active with the Northwest Florida Homebuilder’s Association, the Pensacola Association of Realtors Governmental Affairs Committee and is a legislative liaison for the Florida Land Title Association.
The health of the community is important to Vicki, who served as a leader in dental health. She sat on the State of Florida Board of Dentistry as a Consumer member from 2009 to 2012 and was a member of the Oral Health Florida Leadership Council, and served Nationally as the District 12 ADEX Florida House of Representatives Consumer Member. Also believing that an active child is a health child, Vicki coached softball for 11 years with the Perdido Bay Youth Sports Association. She is widely known around town as “Coach Vicki”
An avid golfer, Vicki met her husband Mike of 29 years on the golf course. They have a 26-year-old son, Cody who studied at Pensacola State College and the University of West Florida. She was raised at the Myrtle Grove Baptist Church and currently attends Christ Episcopal Church.