David Lewallen was born in Williamsport IN. He attended and graduated from Butler University with a BA in History/Political Science and Religious Studies. Upon completing his course work at Butler, he attended Eden Theological Seminary, in St. Louis, Mo., where he received a Master of Divinity, in 1970.
A career change took him to development work first with Family Service Center, then with the Brookwood Community and finally at St. Thomas High School. David was chosen to head up the federally funded demonstration project to work with dual disordered persons. He worked to bring together agencies that provided Mental Health Services and Addiction Treatment from 1998-2002. In, April, 2005, he became the Executive Director of the Coalition of Behavioral Health Services. He coordinated a federal grant to build a countywide data infrastructure for Underage/Binge Drinking. David retired and became a volunteer at MAM in the Employment Services Program.
Ken Campbell is a retired human resource professional with more than 35 years of experience in all aspects of human resource management. Ken spent the first 15 years of his career in the recruiting /employment field working as a staff recruiter for such companies as May Department Stores and the Miller Brewing Company. He was the manager of recruiting for a division of the Coca-Cola Company and instituted the first college recruiting program. He also has experience as a director of training and development within the Coca-Cola family and was the vice president of human resources at Herman Hospital prior to its merger with the Memorial System.
Ken joined MAM in 2014 as a volunteer job coach and in 2016 became a part-time employee as a Workforce Development Specialist. In this capacity he works to identify employers who are willing to consider MAM clients as potential employees and advertise on the in-house web site as well as working with clients to prepare them to apply for advertised positions.