These talented executives and leaders use their deep expertise to oversee and guide the long-term vision of Bethesda Cornerstone Village, all while ensuring we stay true to our mission and maximize our impact for people with disabilities and the disability field as a whole.
As Vice President of Real Estate, Tom Campbell leads Bethesda Cornerstone Village, overseeing all aspects of developing, constructing, and managing new housing developments throughout the U.S. Prior to taking on this role in 2019, Campbell served as a consultant to Bethesda for several years, assisting with complex real estate solutions.
Campbell was the principal executive at Campbell Corp., where for more than 27 years he developed, constructed managed and owned affordable senior and family housing throughout Wisconsin. His areas of expertise include project sourcing, feasibility, financing, planning, construction, marketing, leasing and property operations. He successfully completed real estate projects valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars in the residential, commercial, hospitality and industrial real estate markets. He has further managed the development of real estate projects throughout Wisconsin, the U.S. and beyond.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and has been a Licensed Real Estate Broker since 1989.
Campbell is a member of the Board of Directors for God Touch Milwaukee providing advisement on housing for men who are criminal justice involved with addictions. He has also assisted Hales Corners Lutheran Church, as a volunteer, in real estate matters including the disposition of a church and school campus and school expansion.
Jeff Kaczmarski holds the positions of Bethesda’s Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer. In his roles, Kaczmarski supports strategic planning, business development, organizational change management and enterprise project execution. Kaczmarski provides and manages all legal services for Bethesda, is involved in Bethesda’s public policy and advocacy efforts and leads Bethesda’s internal management compliance team.
Before coming to Bethesda in 1993, Kaczmarski worked as a business litigation attorney for several law firms in Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he represented organizations in a variety of complex business, employment and appellate matters.
Kaczmarski has a bachelor’s degree in political science and a law degree from the University of Wisconsin—Madison in Madison, Wisconsin.
In his spare time, he enjoys a variety of outdoor activities from road biking to muskie fishing.
As Chief Financial Officer, Brian Savoie leads and directs the organization’s finance team.
Savoie brings more than 15 years of operations experience to his role. Most recently, he served as Chief Financial Officer for the American Society for Quality (ASQ) in Milwaukee, where he led the finance, accounting, information technology, organizational excellence and office services work groups at the 70,000-member nonprofit professional society. He also held finance leadership positions at VF Corporation, in Appleton, Wis., Brady Corporation in Milwaukee, and Nike, Inc. in Oregon. Savoie earned his bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and his MBA from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.