Amy Campbell held a variety of corporate jobs after graduating from Ohio State University. In one, as a field sales rep, she enjoyed the personal interactions but had little creative freedom. As a clinical trials manager, she liked using her organizational skills, but the work was too solitary. Then, Campbell, now 29, tried real estate. It was the perfect fit. Today, she wears dual hats as a managing broker and compliance director. “Real estate combines all the things I loved about my previous positions,” she says. Campbell’s passionate about bettering her community: She volunteers at the Humane Society, coaches high school girls’ volleyball, and is involved with a local shelter for young women who’ve aged out of foster care.