Meet Scott

Scott Campbell

Scott Campbell moved to Vancouver from Montana in 1985, and wasted no time getting involved in the community. As Governmental and Community Affairs Director for Waste Connections, he has more than 22 years of solid waste and recycling experience, as well as 12 years of industrial construction management. He is a past 5-term president of the Washington State Recycling Association, and currently serves as a member of the board. Scott is also a member and active with the Washington Refuse and Recycling Association, Association of Oregon Recyclers, and the Oregon Refuse and Recycling Association.

In addition to his extensive professional experience, Scott is a recognized community leader who supports organizations that improve overall quality of life, specifically in areas of youth, education, elderly, veterans, and the environment. Some of the organizations Scott works with include: the YMCA, Parks Foundation of Clark County, SW WA Contractors Association, Veterans Therapeutic Court, Fort Vancouver National Trust, NW Association of Blind Athletes, and Camas-Washougal Rotary.

Scott lives on the east side of Vancouver with his wife Alicia. They have three grown children and three grandsons, who they spend as much time with as possible.

You will often hear Scott speak about the value of community--in fact, it’s a topic he can’t talk about enough! He believes that a strong community is the very fabric of our social well-being. Scott and Alicia can be spotted at many events and meetings throughout the community, and are always excited to support great causes in this SW Washington community that they cherish.