Mother, grandmother, local business owner, traveler.
Susan Skinner is the daughter of John Campbell, retired from Kelly Air Force Base, and Emma Dominguez Campbell. She is a proud mother and grandmother. Both of her daughters are teachers. Ashley Skinner (30) is a Deaf education teacher at Oak Meadow Elementary in NEISD, and Amy Rose (29) is a former special education teacher at Thousand Oaks Elementary, also in NESID. Amy is currently taking off work to raise her first child—Susan’s first grandchild—Emma Lou Rose. Both Ashley and Amy, have been awarded Teacher of the Year at their respective schools.
In addition to managing her law practice, Susan is an avid “antiquer.” Last year, she opened her own store, reVAMP Antiques, along with three partners.
Susan is also an intrepid traveler. She has visited numerous countries, and on her trips, she enjoys undertaking community service projects. She has completed community service projects with Food for the Poor, Children's Association for Maximum Potential, and Volunteer Community Development Nepal. She enjoys traveling with a purpose and has volunteered on service projects ranging from sea turtle conservation to chaperoning local high school students who volunteered ar an orphange for children with physical and developmental disabilities in Antigua, Guatamala. Most recently, she completed a community development mission in Kathmandu, Nepal and helped build a school in Kingston, Jamaica.