Shannon Campbell

About Me

Shannon Campbell, an FCHS senior and member of the 2019-2020 Wayne County CEO class, is an FCCLA member. For a number of years, she has worked with her mother in her business so she has a head start in her own personal business journey. She joined CEO class to combine CEO business concepts with her business experience for a more well-rounded approach to starting her own business,Darlin’ Designs, which gives customers a unique choice in expressing themselves through their own cups and coasters. She was able to bring her talent to the forefront for the Wayne County CEO group business T-shirt design. Intending to continue her business throughout the summer, Shannon plans to attend Vincennes for two years, majoring in Agribusiness, and to weigh her options thereafter. 

About My Business

Shannon has great ideas for tumblers and novelty items! Through her individual business, Darlin’ Designs, she gives customers a unique choice in expressing themselves through their own cups and coasters designs. She loves the creativity and artistic approach to the handmade items according to her customers' requests, including T-shirt designs, the latest addition to her repertoire of goods!

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DISC Characteristics

  • • Likes to think things through before acting. • Prefers a work environment that is not too pressured or filled with constant change. • Prefers a culture that allows ample time for analysis of new ideas before implementation takes place.
  • • Likes to have an open-door policy with both peers and supervisors. • Tends to be always ready to converse with a group, even with people she has just met. • Makes an effective coach or counselor for others on the team.
  • • Can accept change but requires a good argument for it first. • Serves to stabilize others on a team who are perhaps too maverick. • Prefers to have sufficient clarification of policy or tasks before proceeding, so as to avoid mistakes. • Thinks it is important to follow established procedures and processes. • Steadily moves toward the completion of a task.
  • • Desires a lot of accuracy and detail. • Compared with others she works with, she might be perceived as resistant to change and disorder. • A very good critical thinker in the problem-solving context.