Darla Campbell, P.Eng.
Candidate for PEO President-Elect
Visionary leader with a proven record of accomplishment in business and the community provides PEO with the best choice for President-Elect in the 2021 election. Darla Campbell has demonstrated leadership from the trenches of a construction site to the boardrooms of organizations.
I have served alongside Darla Campbell for the past several years as a Waterlution board director. Over that time I have constantly been impressed with Darla’s incredible talent to organize focused discussions that drive results. She is superbly talented in drawing out the best from the other directors in her role as chair.
I am sure that her perspective based on many years of broad experiences provides her with visionary skills that have benefitted all the professional organizations within which she participates. In recent planning activities, Darla has been instrumental in developing the strategies which should enable the digital agenda required by Waterlution and I have no doubt that Darla would be an incredible change agent for the PEO in this same regard.Roberto Martini, P.Eng, CPA, CMA
Board Director, Waterlution and current member, PEO Finance Committee
I was lucky enough to have an amazing opportunity working with Darla Campbell at PEO Government Liaison Committee (GLC) as committee member during her role as Chair. I found her a true leader as she is compassionate, well organized, a good listener, great problem solver, innovative and brilliant. She always has an unrelenting focus on helping others to succeed in their roles. Her devotion and commitment to the Engineering Profession is second to none!Hafiz Bashir, P.Eng., MBA, FEC
GLP Chair, PEO Kingston Chapter
NOTE: The above endorsements are personal and do not reflect or represent the endorsement of PEO Council, a PEO chapter or committee or any organization with which an individual providing an endorsement is affiliated.
I chose engineering because it offered the opportunity to become part of a profession. After 28 years of licensure in PEO, I continue to wear the P.Eng. designation with pride.
I’m running in this election to build the value of professional engineers in Ontario.
My commitment is to enhance the value of your license from EIT through all stages of your professional career.Darla Campbell, P.Eng., CSR-P
Candidate for PEO President-Elect
- In August 2019, Darla was recognized with the Notable Woman Award by the Canadian Federation of University Women on the occasion of the organization’s 100th anniversary in Winnipeg.
- The Canadian National Exhibition Association honoured 21 women with the Woman of Distinction Award at the opening ceremonies of the 138th CNE, including Darla Campbell, P.Eng. (August 19, 2016).
- MP Pam Damoff awarded 20 special Canada 150 Sesquicentennial Awards to outstanding residents of Oakville and Burlington who positively impact and influence the community. Darla Campbell was one of the recipients for her significant contribution to her community and country as a role model for women in leadership. She is passionate about sustainability and the environment, the importance of youth engagement and the need for diversity and inclusion (November 16, 2017).
Darla is an active member of many organizations in her community including Professional Engineers Ontario, Canadian Federation of University Women, Oakville Chamber of Commerce, Waterlution and University Women’s Club of Oakville Scholarship Fund. She co-founded Advancement of Women Halton, an umbrella group of women’s organizations in Halton Region. She launched Leadership Quest Camp for Kids, a unique leadership program in Oakville and Ottawa.
Accomplished professional engineer with experience in both public and private sectors, including the Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) and an international water company. Currently the lead for Sustainability & Asset Management at Dillon Consulting Limited, out of the Oakville office. Darla is a member of Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE), serves on the board of the Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) and was conference chair for Water Environment Association of Ontario (WEAO) and chair of Treatment and Technology Committee. Darla serves on the advisory board for Ryerson Urban Water.