Adrienne Campbell serves as the Deputy Secretary of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. In this role, she leads several primary initiatives, including the oversight of Education Services, Prevention Services, and the Office of Talent, Leadership, and Culture. She also co-founded and served as the inaugural principal of a charter school in Tallahassee. Adrienne previously served in various leadership roles with OptimaEd, the Florida Department of Education, and Florida Virtual School. She started her career as a social studies instructor, working with students at a Title I high school. Adrienne earned her Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Florida and her Bachelor’s in Social Science Education from Florida State University.