Major Campbell Roberts
Board Member and Trustee
Major Campbell Roberts has spent a lifetime working as a Salvation Army Officer with a focus on social policy and programmes that will assist people in poverty in New Zealand.
His past roles have included national directorship of The Salvation Army Social services, and the command of The Salvation Army in the South Island. Campell is currently the Director of The New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit.
This Unit is tasked with reforming New Zealand society and eliminaing poverty by influencing and engaging political, corporate, education and media leaders. The unit focuses on providing quality social research and policy.
Campbell has extensive experience working at a practical and policy level on issues affecting low income New Zealanders. He is a media spokesperson, writer and speaker on issues of poverty and housing. He has contributed to numerous government and community inquiries, commissions and policy forums on social issues.