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Rana Campbell ’13


Rana Campbell is a master storyteller, marketing strategist, content creator and founder/host of “Dreams In Drive,” a podcast and community she launched in January 2016 that teaches individuals how to take their dreams out of PARK and into DRIVE. With hundreds of episodes in her arsenal, she has interviewed top leaders in lifestyle and business and was featured as an empowering podcast by Essence Magazine and a top Business podcast for Black Voices on Apple Podcasts. Rana’s work has been featured on MadameNoire, Blavity, Huffington Post, Fox 5 Good Day New York, and more. She is a 2013 graduate of Princeton with a concentration in Sociology and a proud alumna of the Emma Bowen Foundation media program. Upon graduating, Rana spent a year as a Petey Greene Fellow at the Vera Institute of Justice. She later spent three years in marketing as a marketing specialist for commerce logistics and fulfillment company – Dotcom Dotcom Distribution before becoming a full-time entrepreneur. When she isn’t marketing or podcasting, Rana enjoys practicing her fashion photography skills, taking her favorite heels dance class, snuggling up with a good book or movie, and writing poetry.


The Roads Less Traveled: Navigating Career Transitions

Saturday, October 5

Some people think that one should have a certain career trajectory with a Princeton degree, but that just isn’t the case. Join us in hearing the stories of fellow alums who charted their own unique paths to career success.

Pauly Rodney ’00, SVP, Head of Diversity and Inclusion Practice, Raines International, Inc.

Jacklyn E. Bruce ’99, History Department Head, IB Programme, Thomas Jefferson High School
Rana Campbell ’13, Founder and CEO, Dreams In Drive
Juanita T. James ’74, President & CEO, Fairfield County’s Community Foundation
Andrea Morris *99, Director of Career and Professional Development, The Rockefeller University