Meet the Team
Adrienne Campolmi is Jackson and Caden's mom. She recently started a new role as a Project Manager for the State of Colorado Governor's Office of IT. She enjoys travel, running (and walking) and hosting parties for any reason. Adrienne loves spending time with her family, including two dogs and a cat, and supporting Caden in all of his interests including swimming, school and travel. Her mission and passion is to honor Jacksons memory by continuing the beautiful aspects of his life and purpose which was and is; to be accepting of everyone, have the bravery to overcome challenges, and to spread joy and love.
Chris Campolmi is Jackson and Caden’s dad Chris has a long career in IT and he is a Principal Solution Director with Compucom here in Charlotte. Chris enjoys being active and outdoors as much as possible, especially if it is with his family. Jackson was the strongest and bravest person Chris has ever known. Jackson was able to impact so many people and as his dad he is honored to have the opportunity to continue to impact others in his name through the Sweet Jax Joy Foundation. Jackson brought joy and love to the world and helped people to understand that everyone deserves respect and understanding. His mission is to bring the same spirit and energy to all that we do for the Sweet Jax Joy Foundation.
Christian Bohmfalk is a product executive at Bank of America, where he has worked for 17 years. He and his wife Wendy have 2 boys, Griffin and Ben, who keep them plenty busy. A Texas native who now considers North Carolina home, he also enjoys running, smoking barbeque, traveling and watching sports. Christian was always impressed by Jackson's spirit and love of life, and how his family enveloped him in their loving arms. He's thrilled to be part of the Foundation and to carry on sweet Jackson's memory in such a meaningful way.
Greg Harper has worked at Bank of America for 25 years in various roles. Currently he is a risk management executive focused on consumer credit loss and balance forecasting. Oustide of work, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, traveling, hiking, running, swimming, and volunteering as a scoutmaster with BSA Troop 1. From the first time he met Jackson, Greg was amazed that Jackson’s life experience seemed to have no boundaries and he is eager to share that boundless joy with others through the foundation..
Jen MacGregor has worked for Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. for over 14 years and has handled executive compensation for over 11 years. Jen and her husband Rob have two boys that keep them running from swimming to soccer all year long. In her spare time, Jen enjoys running, listening to books and volunteering. Jen was taken by Jackson from the very first day they met (perhaps that was due to some flirting on Jackson’s part!). As Jen got to know the Campolmi family better, she was continuously amazed by the love, devotion and dedication that they have for one another and for the endless opportunities they provided for Jackson.
Sara Reid joined Charlotte Christian School in 2013 as the director of annual giving, responsible for the annual fund. In 2019 she transitioned to her current position as director of development, focusing on major gifts and capital campaigns. Prior to Charlotte Christian, she served as the executive director of alumni relations at Queens University of Charlotte and as the director of development at South Carolina's Children's Theatre. Sara served on YMCA Camp Thunderbird board for 9 years. She has a BA in Communications from Hollins University and then earned her MPA from University of North Florida. In her free time she enjoys hiking, running and traveling to the National Parks. Sara is married to her husband John and has two children: Maggie and Marshall. Sara is honored to be a part of this team to celebrate and honor the beautiful life of Jackson, and hopes to make the world a brighter place...just like Sweet Jax did!!
Anita has practiced Neurology for over twenty years. She feels privileged to be trusted with her patients' care, and to spend her career advocating for her neurological patients. Anita is inspired by her patient's bravery and life outlooks, and awed by their family's loving support and she is so honored to serve on the Sweet Jax Joy board. Jackson and the Campolmi family embody living life to the fullest, with joy and love and vulnerability, and are an inspiration to those with and without neurological challenges.