Global interior architecture firm Wilson Associates is pleased to announce the appointment of Beth Campbell as its new Chief Executive Officer, effective August 20, 2018. With more than 25 years of experience in global design, Campbell is a highly strategic leader who will bring passion and innovation to build upon Wilson Associates’ global reputation for excellence.
Campbell is a formidable leader with an exceptional ability to navigate extremely complex scenarios. A LEED-certified, registered architect, Campbell has a robust portfolio of high-profile projects. Most recently she was Executive Vice President and Head of Design for Westfield Corporation, where she successfully orchestrated an organizational transformation for the corporation’s internal design team. Prior to Westfield, she spent 16 years at Gensler, serving as Managing Partner in Las Vegas, and Global Account Director in San Francisco.
“I’m excited to join Wilson Associates at this pivotal point in the firm’s history. I see a group of passionate people who know design — they’re creative and innovative. It’s an enormous and thrilling challenge to be able to bring my strengths in order to build upon the firm’s legacy. I look forward to developing Wilson Associates’ global network while empowering talent and delivering world-class projects.”
James Carry, Principal, Regional Managing Director Americas, Wilson Associates said,
“Beth embraces a philosophy that great design optimizes business performance and the human experience, which will add value immediately. We are pleased to welcome Beth to the Wilson family.”
Campbell earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kent State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Golden Gate University, in addition to being LEED certified and a registered architect. She will be based in Wilson Associates’ Los Angeles office.
Campbell is replacing Vincent Liew, who announced his departure after serving as Executive Board Member of Wilson Associates and Arcplus for two years. Wilson Associates is a subsidiary of Arcplus, a global AEC firm offering comprehensive solutions for urban development.