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Assistant County Administrator
Kimm Campbell

Kimm R. Campbell, LCSW

Kimm Campbell was promoted in 2019 to be the Acting Assistant County Administrator for Broward County. She has a variety of agency assignments and oversees several community initiatives to improve the quality of life of residents.

Kimm Campbell previously served as Director of Broward’s Human Services Department. In this role, she leads more than 500 direct service and administrative professionals responsible for the County’s human services. The budget of the Human Services Department is more than $152 million dollars; a mix of direct services and contract services agencies that include four divisions, three offices, and more than 100 provider agencies:

  • Family Success Administration Division (emergency assistance, financial literacy, Community Action Agency, housing assistance)
  • Community Partnerships Division (homeless, children services, childcare licensing, children’s victim services, adult victim services and healthcare services)
  • Broward Addiction Recovery Center (medical detox, outpatient detox, residential treatment, intensive outpatient, outpatient)
  • Elderly and Veterans Services Division (community care, home care, housing, behavioral health, outreach, benefits/claims processing)
  • Office of Evaluation and Planning
  • Office of Administrative Services
  • Office of Juvenile Services (adult and juvenile civil citation, pre-disposition services)
  • Crisis Intervention and Division
Campbell holds a Master’s Degree and clinical licensure in social work, and has more than 20 years of extensive experience in public administration within state and local governments, as well as in non-profit settings. She has provided leadership, direct services, and consultative services across such public sectors as child and adult mental health, special education, domestic violence, rape crisis, child welfare, juvenile justice, homelessness, and substance abuse.