NOTE: The following 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 volunteered with Darla Campbell on the PEO Government Liaison Committee (GLC) during her term as Chair. I was consistently impressed by the level of preparedness and organization that Darla brought to her role. Beyond chairing meetings she guided the committee through multiple transitions for the Government Liaison Program (GLP), facilitated additional sessions on visioning, and prepared workshops to train GLP volunteers at annual conferences.
Darla has the rare ability to encourage others to think of the big picture, but in so doing she remains focused on and aware of the important details and future obstacles. As a member of the committee, I was repeatedly inspired to bring my best to the table by her leadership and the example she set. Darla is a highly accomplished facilitator and preparing workshops and presentations with her was a fantastic opportunity for my own growth in public speaking which has been an asset in my engineering career.
It is evident that Darla cares about the future of the engineering profession, and I am lucky to have met someone so early in my career who was interested in supporting young engineers. I imagine that were she elected to lead PEO the direction she would set for our profession would have an eye to the future and position our profession for success.Daniel King, P.Eng., MEPP
Former member of the Government Liaison Committee (GLC) as the EIT Rep
I have worked with Darla Campbell as a committee member when she was the chair of the Government Liaison Committee of the PEO and the Chair of the Strategy, Policy and Innovation Committee of the Canadian National Exhibition Association.
I always found that Darla was well prepared and organized for each meeting that she was chairing. She had an excellent grasp of issues and was very capable in communicating a vision and way forward for success. She did this in a collaborative manner that was always very respectful and appreciative of comments made at meetings that brought out the best in team members.
Darla is a hard working dedicated leader who is needed to help PEO to build upon its current strengths and to address current PEO shortcoming that could allow the PEO to be aimed toward being a world class regulator.Jim Chisholm, M.Eng., P.Eng, FEC
Former Chair of the West Toronto Chapter of the PEO, Former Vice President of the Professional Engineers of the Government of Ontario (PEGO) and former Board Member of the OSPE Board
Experience as a PEO Volunteer
“I have known and worked with Darla Campbell for many years. She is a strong contributor to the PEO as a whole as well as an active supporter of the local chapter. She has given her time to volunteer at NEM events, given keynote addresses at chapter licensing ceremonies, spoken at student outreach dinners, and always gives generously of her time and energy to promote engineers and engineering in Ontario.”Adrian J Pierorazio, P.Eng., CFEI
PEO Oakville Chapter – Symposium Committee Chair
Member of the PEO Consulting Engineering Designation Committee
Experience serving on a corporate Board as Chair of the Board
I have had the pleasure of working with Darla Campbell in her roles as both a Board Director and Board Chair of Momentum Credit Union. She is a highly effective leader who drives results through collaboration, communication and her excellent people and interpersonal skills. Darla is passionate and committed to success and works hard to ensure individual accountability and organizational success. I consider Darla to be an exceptional strategist, and extremely productive Board member who participates fully, speaks her mind and challenges her colleagues and management to constantly improve. Darla is a highly effective Director, Committee Chair, Board Chair, executive mentor, business leader and corporate spokesperson.Malcolm Stoffman
President and CEO
Momentum Credit Union
Experience serving on Board of the Canadian National Exhibition Association
Experience in Community Leadership
Darla has shown years of collaborative leadership connecting with the local engineering and business community. She has backed evidence based decision making with government and has a pragmatic view of how to get things done.Tom Adams, Oakville Town and Regional Councillor