SARRC Announces Two New Board Members

SARRC is pleased to announce the election of two new members to its Board of Directors: Chadwick Campbell and Jamie Price.

Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) is pleased to announce the election of two new members to its Board of Directors: Chadwick Campbell and Jamie Price. 

SARRC’s Board of Directors are an integral part of the organization’s overall success and are comprised of community and business leaders who are deeply engaged in supporting individuals with autism and their families as well as driving growth for the organization. 

Chadwick Campbell 

Chadwick Campbell, a lawyer, advisor, technology leader and military officer, has spent his a career in complex issue management. He served four years in the Unites States Air Force as an aircraft maintenance officer, which included combat duty with a squadron of F-15E fighter jets. After law school, he practiced in Arizona as a civil litigation attorney. In London and Chicago, he ran the EMEA and development operations for a financial-industry software firm. He returned to Phoenix in 2015, and as a director for a boutique advisory firm, assisted individual and corporate clients with private placement investments and sophisticated insurance strategies.  He is currently Senior Counsel for Thomas Title & Escrow, a services and capital platform for the commercial real estate industry.

Campbell first learned of SARRC through a professional advisors event hosted by the planned giving council of SARRC. 

“We could not have discovered SARRC at a better time: the month after our son, Euan, was diagnosed with ASD,” says Campbell. “Before even exiting the building, I had a feeling that SARRC was going to have a profound and positive impact on Euan. After three years, that feeling is proving true. SARRC is changing the trajectory of Euan’s life, and we could not be more grateful to their amazing team.”

Jamie Price 

Jamie Price is president and CEO of Advisor Group, one of the nation’s largest networks of independent financial advisors. He is responsible for the management of more than 930 employees, who serve the needs of more than 7000 licensed advisors. 

Price has a track record of building innovative investment solutions in the wealth management space. He is focused on field management, technology and service, combined with a desire to drive profitable growth for advisors.

In addition to SARRC, he also sits on the board of “Invest in Others,” an organization that recognizes and honors advisors who give back in their community. When making the decision to join SARRC’s Board of Directors, Jamie was influenced by the research and capabilities to help serve those impacted by autism across an entire lifespan.
 
Delighted by the services offered in Phoenix for his teenage son who is on the autism spectrum, Price and his wife were excited to move the family to Arizona from New Jersey in 2017.
 
“My wife and I recognized when he was diagnosed at 2yrs old that we needed to tap into multiple resources to make certain we were leveraging all possibilities to help him reach his full potential,” says Price. “I joined SARRC because we have found no other institution that combines research, education and services in order to serve the unique life span needs of all those impacted by autism.”