SEATTLE – Phyllis Campbell, chairman of the Pacific Northwest at JP Morgan Chase and a former WSU Regent (1991-2003), was wrapping up a week-long trip in Japan with 13 other Americans when the bus they were in started rocking violently.
Then she saw hundreds of hotel guests suddenly bolt out into the parking lot.
“We realized we were in the middle of a very large earthquake,” Campbell said in a phone interview from Tokyo.
Campbell holds an MBA from the University of Washington’s Executive MBA Program, and received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Washington State University in 1973.
Read the full article in the Seattle Times, or view a March 14 television interview that  King 5 TV (above) did with Campbell on her return to Seattle