Pubali Chakravorty Campbell

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As an accomplished entrepreneur, Pubali has lived through both the challenges and the successes of being a business owner. Her first company was multiple award winning (Hippo Press, Union Leader, and New Hampshire Magazine), and the focus of several local and national television, radio, and magazine features, including New Hampshire Chronicle and WMUR.

Pubali’s passion is sharing her knowledge to help other businesses grow and succeed. Leveraging her robust background and experience in business administration, executive coaching, and a professional designation as a Senior Certified HR Professional, she specializes in strategic human resources for business owners and leaders who want to align their business goals with those of their workforce and be Employers of Choice.

Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Pubali has been in New England since 1997 when she relocated to Boston to attend Boston University (B.A. Economics, ‘01). As a member of New Hampshire’s rich entrepreneurial community, she has won numerous business awards such as NH Business Review’s Outstanding Women in Business, New Hampshire Magazine’s Remarkable Women, and the NH Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty. In 2019, she was selected as one of the Granite State’s Most Influential Business Leaders by the NH Business Review.

Pubali is a graduate of two prestigious NH leadership programs: Leadership Greater Manchester (’11) and Leadership New Hampshire (’12). In addition, she is a trained Co-Active™ Executive Coach (Coaches Training Institute, CA), senior designated by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and is working on her MBA at Southern NH University. Committed to philanthropy and service, Pubali sits on the board of Saint Anselm College’s Center for Ethics in Business Governance, and is a member of the Southern NH Chapter of the National Charity League

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Pubali Chakravorty-Campbell, SHRM-SCP


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Articles by Pubali Chakravorty-Campbell, SHRM-SCP


#1 Nothing happens overnight.

The night I publicly announced the news of my resignation a small part of me was expecting a Hollywood ending. Stomach-churning, I went to bed knowing there would be no sleep and foolishly fantasized about the emails that would be waiting for me the next morning:

Dear Pubali: See attached offer letter. We have wanted you for years.

February 4, 2020



This is the second in an essay series about making great, big, career leaps of faith without both fear and a safety net. In the first, I told personal stories of career pivots while sharing that people should not let fear limit their potential. I encouraged elective unemployment if the outcome meant living a better, richer, and fulfilled life.

January 28, 2020


Don't let fear stop you from making meaningful career shifts.

Last week, I shared news of my voluntary resignation from my job. On the heels of this announcement, I was shocked by the number of people who came forward to express their utter astonishment at my decision to exit without something already lined up and went on to share their own stories of wanting a career change but being too afraid to do it. 

January 21, 2020