Dr. Donna Campbell is a conservative who has spent a lifetime helping others through medicine and Christian ministry. She is a double-board certified physician, working mom, woman of faith, and proud parent of four daughters.
Donna Campbell was born on a naval base and grew up with a great respect for the military and law enforcement. Her father served in the U.S. Navy and later as a trooper in the highway patrol. Her mother worked in factories most of her life until becoming an R.N. at the age of 48.
Donna Campbell earned her Masters of Nursing from Texas Woman’s University, specializing in cardiovascular clinical nursing and nursing administration. She received her M.D. from Texas Tech University and completed her residency at the University of Texas Medical Center in Houston. She was awarded the prestigious Morton Award as an outstanding resident in ophthalmology at the Hermann Eye Center.
Dr. Campbell has served as the medical director for several hospitals, including the third largest emergency medicine group in the country. She has performed hundreds of eye surgeries in Ghana, West Africa, volunteering her talents to the Christian Eye Ministry, an organization which has brought sight back to thousands in Africa.
Dr. Campbell has advocated for conservative values at churches and civic groups across the country, demonstrating great reverence for the United States and Texas Constitution. She spoke at the first Doctor’s Tea Party Convention, and often carries a copy of the Constitution with her. She will stand up and fight for what’s best for Texas.
Donna Campbell was elected to the Texas Senate in 2012, defeating incumbent Sen. Jeff Wentworth in the primary and Democrat John Courage in the general election by a 66% to 33% margin. She possesses the rare qualities of a leader and will make a great Texas Senator.