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Adam Campbell-Olszewski Welcomed to PHF as Graphic Designer

February 23, 2022 | By Michael H. Babcock

Portage Health Foundation (PHF) started the year with a fresh face in the office with graphic designer Adam Campbell-Olszewski coming in as the organization’s new Marketing Associate in January 2022.

Adam Campbell-Olszewski“Adam has been a wonderful fit for our culture and has already proven himself to be an invaluable resource as we look to improve the health of our community,” said Michael H. Babcock, director of marketing and communications. “Look up and down our social media feeds, website and advertising, and you can already see the influence he has had on our brand.”

Campbell-Olszewski has called the Copper Country home for most of his life, including graduating from Houghton High School. He attended Northern Michigan University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in graphic communications.

Since then, he’s worked and volunteered for several organizations before finding his way back to the Copper Country. Most recently he worked as the creative lead for a textile recycling organization out of New York City in addition to doing work with the travel website Kind Traveler. He also spent time doing design work for a couple businesses in LaCrosse, Wisconsin and volunteering his time and talents with Mississippi Valley Conservancy, where he was named Graphic Design Volunteer of the Year in 2020.

“I have a passion for building and working with missioned-focused brands,” said Campbell-Olszewski. “To be able to do that here in the place I love to call home is incredible. The Foundation has been a great fit for me and I’m excited about being part of what we’re looking to accomplish moving forward.”

Outside of work, Campbell-Olszewski lives in Keweenaw County where he enjoys the incredible outdoors created by Lake Superior. He enjoys sports, photography and anything related to nature. To reach Campbell-Olszewski, email You can see his portfolio at

Michael H. Babcock

Michael H. Babcock