Desrie Campbell

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election
Status Challenger


Desrie Campbell has a BS in Business Administration, a master’s degree in Public Administration, and a master’s in Governance [1]. Campbell has served on the Fremont Board of Education for the past 10 years [2]. She has been on the Fremont Unified School Board of Trustees as well as a delegate for the California School Boards Association [1, 3]. She has also been a Board Member and Treasurer for the Ohlone College Foundation and a Board Member for the Fremont Education Foundation. Campbell was a Servant Leader for the Education on Mission, a Chairwoman of the Alameda County Commission on the Status of Women, a Fremont Human Relations Commissioner, and a Former Member FUSD Citizens Bond Committee [1].

Key Issues


Campbell wants to work to create new partnerships, policies, and projects that enhance the environment and eliminate pollution [1].


Campbell wants to save money, improve material efficiency, attract retail, and ensure fiscal sustainability [1].


Campbell wants to take compassionate approaches to homelessness and seek solutions for affordable housing options [1].

Public Safety

Campbell wants to increase safety for Fremont seniors, small business owners, and members of the African American and AAPI communities who feel targeted by attacks. She hopes to investigate, solve and prevent crime [1].


Building and Construction Trades Council of Alameda County; Fremont Unified District Teachers Association; Fremont Police Association; Erice Swalwell, United States Congressman; Bill Quirk, California State Assemblyman; Larry Sweeney, Fremont Unified School Board Trustee


1 Official Website
2 Ballotpedia
3 Fremont Board of Education
4 Voter’s Edge