President (2012-2013 Term)
Brandi Goodman earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Millsaps College, located in Jackson, Mississippi in 1995. She then earned certification as a Medical Technologist through the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. Brandi began work for the Mississippi Crime Laboratory, Meridian Regional Laboratory, as a Drug Analyst in 1999. She then cross-trained in the field of Serology, and is currently working in both sections. Brandi has been a SAFS member for 10 years and has served on many committees. She has also assisted in putting on SAFS Meetings in Biloxi, MS, Oak Ridge, TN, and Tunica, MS. Brandi is certified as a Fellow (previous Technical Specialist) with the American Board of Criminalistics.
President Elect (2012-2013 Term)
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James W. 'Wally' Campbell Jr.
Secretary/Treasurer (2010-2013 Term)
Wally Campbell earned a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Chemistry from Armstrong Atlantic State University (formerly Armstrong State College) and a Masters of Public Administration from Columbus State University. Mr. Campbell joined the Division of Forensic Sciences of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in September of 1986. Mr. Campbell worked as a Forensic Chemist specializing in the identification of controlled substances for most of that time. He was selected as Assistant Lab Manager of the GBI's Coastal Regional Crime Laboratory in 1999 and was promoted to Manager of the Coastal Regional Lab in July of 2004. Mr. Campbell is currently serving in this position. Mr. Campbell attended his first SAFS meeting in 1986 in Atlanta and has been a member of SAFS since 1989. He has served the organization as the Program Chair of the 2003 Spring SAFS meeting in Savannah, GA and was elected as the SAFS Treasurer at the 2004 Spring Meeting in Lafayette, LA. He was elected to the position of SAFS Secretary at the 2006 SAFS meeting in Birmingham, AL. Wally Campbell is also a member of the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors and is currently a Diplomate of the American Board of Criminalistics in General Criminalistics.