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Our mission is to deliver exceptional educational and social development programs for children, teens, and adults.
What We Do
Since 1945, Campagna Center has provided resources and support for children of all ages and their families. From early childhood through career, members of the Alexandria community look to the Campagna Center for comprehensive programs that put them on the path to success. Over 2,000 children and families take advantage of our services every year.
Tammy L. Mann, PhD
President & CEO
Tammy Mann has worked at the intersection of research, practice and policy in early care and education for over 30 years. She has devoted her career to improving life outcomes for children, youth and families. Since 2011, she has served as President and Chief Executive Office of The Campagna Center, a community based nonprofit in Alexandria, Virginia that provides cradle to career education and social support programs to over 2,000 children, teens and adults. In addition to her work at Campagna, she is actively involved in several initiatives aimed at improving early care and education opportunities across her community and the Commonwealth, including service as Vice President of the Virginia Board of Education and as Chair of the Provider Advisory for the Virginia Promise Partnership. She serves on a number of other boards that impact the lives of young children including, ZERO TO THREE, Foundation for Child Development, Bainum Family Foundation, and the Buffet Early Childhood Institute. She has been the former Board President and at-large Governing Board member for the National Association for the Education of Young Children and former Chair of Alexandria’s Children Youth and Families Collaborative Commission. She was named Business Leader of the year in 2020 by the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce and in 2019 was the recipient of the Washington Area Women’s Foundation visionary leader award. She has authored articles and books on topics related to policy and practice issues that address the emotional well-being of young children and the role of culture in development. She is a former Public Policy Fellow with the American Psychological Association as has held adjunct affiliations with Howard University and George Mason University. Dr. Mann graduated from Spelman College earning a BA Degree in Psychology and completed graduate degrees (MA & PhD) in Clinical Psychology from Michigan State University.