Simone Campbell, SSS (born October 22, 1945), is an American Roman Catholic Religious Sister, lawyer, lobbyist and executive director of NETWORK. She belongs to the Sisters of Social Service. She is known as an outspoken advocate for social justice.
FLORHAM PARK – The Florham Park Rotary Club has a new president. Simone Campbell was sworn in to fulfill the role by Past District Governor Shelby Rhodes at the club’s weekly meeting on Friday, July 15.
Pres. Biden awarded 17 Americans with the Presidential Medal of Freedom Thursday including Sister Simone Campbell, who’s spent over 40 years advocating on issues of poverty, justice and healthcare. MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell asked Sister Simone what advice she would give to young people: “Listen and respond to the needs around us.”July 8, 2022.
This week, 17 people got a phone call from President Joe Biden telling them they were going to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor. One of them, Sister Simone Campbell, is a woman who has devoted her life to helping. She is a nun and a member of the Sisters of Social Service in Encino. She says, “Tears sprang to my eyes. I was so shocked,” upon receiving the presidential call.
President Joe Biden will award a nun from Long Beach, who has spent the past two decades advocating for social justice issues that counter America's more conservative Roman Catholic leaders, with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the White House announced Friday. Sister Simone Campbell is one of the 17 people...
When I called Sister Simone Campbell at the time we had agreed on last Friday morning, there was no answer. The renowned social justice advocate, executive director of NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice for almost 17 years, and leader of Nuns on the Bus will be delivering the sermon at the annual Multifaith Service for Peace, sponsored by the Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) in the Princeton University Chapel on Sunday, November 14 at 11 a.m.