Kampf serves on the board and overseas Business Development for CoVant, a private equity firm exclusively partnered with Madison Dearborn Partners located in Chicago. CoVant brings true operational experience to the Government Services marketplace. He sits on the Board and works with Gen Hugh Shelton Ret., the Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs appointed by President Clinton, Gen Paul Kern Ret., The former head of The Army Materiel Command (AMAT) appointed by President Clinton, Gill Decker the former Assistant Secretary of the Army for research and acquisition appointed by President Clinton, Dr. Paul Kaminski, Chair of the Defense Science Board and Jeffrey H. Smith a former General Counsel of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and currently Senior Counsel for the national and homeland security practice for Arnold & Porter, LLP.
Kampf sits on the board of LGS Innovations, Digital Global Systems, CoVant Mgmt., Partners, In A Perfect World Foundation & The #92 Chris Baker Foundation, which he also acts as the Executive Director for & Becky’s Fund, taking a stand against domestic violence. He is on the Board of Directors of The Foundation For Ethnic Understanding, led by Ken Sunshine of Sunshine Sachs & The Tierra Ruffin-Pratt Foundation.
Kampf works closely with & is a member of NEXUS Global Youth. Additionally, The ACES Foundation & Lorenzo Alexander, Bonnie Carroll a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom & the T.A.P.S. organization, The Boys & Girls Club-Washington DC, The Lemon Road Elementary School art program, Becky’s Fund & Men of Code, Rick Allen & Project Resiliency and Boulder Crest retreat and Ken Falke both focusing on Post traumatic Stress disorder (PTSD), The Phillips Collection Museum, Atlas Corps and The William J. Perry Project for Nuclear Non Proliferation.
He has worked and volunteered for Horton’s Kids in SE, DC, In a Perfect World, Charity Works, Meridian House and the Meridian Ball, The Trust for the National Mall, The ARC in SE, DC, The Nuclear Threat Initiative via William J. Perry & Sam Nunn, Tutu Desk bringing children in sub-saharan Africa desks through Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s Foundation and Kampf’s close friend and Grandson of Archbishop Tutu, Biso Tutu Gxashe. He manages The Kampf Family Foundation, overseeing all contributions. He collaborates with the Economics Dept., at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, where he & his Father helped establish, the University’s, Entrepreneur Program in 2007. In 2014 and 2015 Kampf worked very closely with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and planned HHDL’s 80th birthday celebration in Los Angeles, California in July, 2015.
Prior to graduating college Kampf co-founded CreateHope LLC., in 1999 in his parents basement. CreateHope was built as an Application which streamlined Corporate Philanthropic giving worldwide by sitting on top of corporate payroll systems. CreateHope eventually turned into, Truist Inc., following investment by Warren Buffett’s management in Washington, DC. Following the devastating events of September 11th, Mr. Buffett chose to “gift” Trusit Inc, to the United Way’s online processing arm called E-way. In the first ever merger of its kind, the premise was to gain control of the influx of money being donated and stop fraudulent non profit organizations that arose.This merger accomplished those missions in spades. United Way at the time lost $1Billion+ USD, before our CreateHope system was put in place. Additionally, CreateHope/Truist worked with the IRS during this time to completely overhaul and update the 501(c)3 database, identifying numerous fraudulent organizations and continued to work with the FBI to identity bad actors, specifically using 501(c)3 status to fund terrorism.
A graduate of American University, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications, Law, Economics & Government.
He is a professional artist & photographer having held his first show and installations in 2017. He is a Filmmaker and Executive Producer on several documentary and Independent films including Jinn and Bit X Bit: In Bitcoin We Trust.