Gillam Campbell is a Research Manager for the Industrial property sector, covering the U.S. region. Gillam took this position in 2016, and focuses on developing robust data and analytics for capturing insights across the country. Prior to this role, Gillam worked on the local Atlanta JLL Research team for three years as a Senior Research Analyst, tracking trends and fulfilling broker requests.
Before JLL, Gillam worked as a mapping strategist at the Center for Geographic Information Systems at Georgia Institute of Technology while receiving her Master degree. In that role, she worked on defining replicable geospatial methodologies to aid the creation of new databases. Gillam also worked for Central Atlanta Progress, Downtown Atlanta's community improvement district, on the Economic Development team, researching business development in the Downtown area.
Gillam received a Master of City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology, specializing in Land Use and Geographic Information Systems. In addition, Gillam holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia State University, with a major in Public Policy and a focus in Planning and Economic Development.
After completing her Master's degree, Gillam received the American Planning Association and the Georgia Planning Association awards for exceptional student project for her studio work tracking the effects of sea level rise on vulnerable communities on the Georgia coast. The project was a Blueprint for Successful Communities publication in collaboration with the Georgia Conservancy and sponsored by the Home Depot Foundation.