Achievement in Service

Randall J. Campanale, CFA
’77, BS Finance

Randall J. Campanale is a Chartered Financial Analyst with more than 30 years of experience in wealth management. He currently serves as senior vice president and senior portfolio manager for The Northern Trust Company. Campanale has been the head of investment management for Nevada at First Interstate Capital Management and regional manager with Wells Fargo Private Client Services. He was also a senior vice president and a founding executive officer in the formation of Western National Trust Company for Zions Bancorp and senior vice president at First National Wealth Management.

Campanale is a past president of the CFA Society of Nevada and has served on many investment committees for various non-profits. He has served as a board member for the American Heart Association – Western States Affiliates, The Las Vegas Natural History Museum Board, Las Vegas Rotary Club, and Nellis AFB Support Team. He served as vice chair of the board for The Public Education Foundation, an independent non-profit in Nevada dedicated to supporting public education, and former chair of the American Heart Association and past president of the Las Vegas Rotary Club.

Campanale has been a passionate and dedicated supporter of UNLV and alumni over the past 30 years. He served on the board of directors of the UNLV Alumni Association from 1984-1994. He represented the interests of alumni on the UNLV Intercollegiate Athletic Council and on the Pew Foundation Task Force for UNLV. He co-chaired UNLV Career Day with Scott Johnson and they dramatically increased the number of employers participating by personally calling employers. He co-chaired the UNLV Legislative Liaison Committee and led a team of volunteers who convinced legislators to provide funding critical to support the rapid growth at UNLV.

In 1994, he was honored as a Distinguished Alumnus of the then College of Business and Economics at UNLV.

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