The 1918 flu epidemic spread rapidly and was indiscriminant in infecting and causing death to people of all ages and from all walks of life. People died at such a rate that hospitals, physicians, and cemeteries were overwhelmed.
Louise Firth Campbell
Chief Operating Officer
Why Book of Odds? "I was intrigued when Amram Shapiro approached me about joining him to bring Book of Odds to life. The concept clearly filled an unmet need. But we needed to design something that would achieve the mission, appeal to a broad audience, and become a sustainable business. I am excited to be part of Book of Odds and creating something that will endure."
Favorite Quote – " The policy of being too cautious is the greatest risk of all." - Jawaharlal Nehru
As Chief Operating Officer for Book of Odds, she is responsible for overseeing research, development, operations, and finance. Her content creation activities focus on Health & Illness and Accidents & Death.
Prior to Book of Odds, Louise had more than 25 years experience advising companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations on strategic business, technology and marketing issues as well as on public policy. She has presented the results of her work in the public domain in courts, at government agency administrative hearings, before arbitrators, and at industry meetings. Louise was also a Vice President and Director of Arthur D. Little, Inc., and a Director at TIAX, LLC, one of its successor companies.
Louise received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a Masters of Arts degree in Economics from Northeastern University. She is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi.