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State Treasurer Vivek Malek appoints Clayton Campbell as Deputy State Treasurer and Tom Deuschle as Senior Advisor

Thursday, January 26, 2023
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Jefferson City, MO – Missouri State Treasurer Vivek Malek is pleased to announce the appointment of Clayton Campbell as Deputy Treasurer.


                “I am grateful for his willingness to serve in this important governmental capacity,” said Malek. “I look forward to working with Clayton as we work to protect taxpayers’ money through the pursuit of safe and prudent investment strategies and to promote opportunities for growth through the various programs administered by the Treasurer’s Office.”


                Prior to joining the State Treasurer’s Office, Campbell worked in the private practice of law where he advised clients on a wide variety of business, transactional, and financial matters.  He has also served on the staff of United States Senator Josh Hawley where he managed district office operations for twenty-eight counties in southwest Missouri.  Campbell earned his law degree from the University of Missouri in Columbia and his undergraduate degree from Evangel University in Springfield.


                “I am honored and grateful to serve Missourians alongside Treasurer Malek and the talented staff in the State Treasurer’s Office,” said Campbell.  “I look forward to serving as a member of the team.”


                Campbell resides in Columbia with his wife, Julianna, and their three children.


                In addition to Campbell, Tom Deuschle has joined the State Treasurer’s Office as Senior Advisor.  For more than thirty years, Deuschle has been involved in workforce development programming at the state and federal government levels, as well as in the private sector.  He served under Governor John Ashcroft in the Governor’s Office and later as Director of Employment Security; and under Governor Matt Blunt as Director of Labor and Industrial Relations and later as Deputy Chief of Staff in the Governor’s Office.  His workforce development activities have been primarily associated with the federal Job Corps training program.  During the Trump Administration, Deuschle served as a Deputy Assistant Secretary, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor.




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