Gini Moore Campbell

Gini Moore Campbell is an Oklahoma City native and member of the Choctaw Nation. With the Oklahoma Hall of Fame for more than 30 years, she has played an integral role in the growth of the publishing and scholarship programs and serves as scriptwriter and executive producer for its annual Induction Ceremony. Campbell has served many worthwhile Oklahoma causes and organizations, including past president for the Friends of the Oklahoma Center for the Book under the Library of Congress. As author/co- author, she has more than 300 published articles and several books to her credit and has edited more than 400 titles on Oklahoma’s rich history. Campbell earned her education through Oklahoma City Public Schools, the University of Central Oklahoma, and the University of Phoenix. With her husband Chris she makes her home northwest of Oklahoma City and is the proud mother of Corbin and his wife Kaleigh, who are expecting their first child, Harrison, in April 2022, and extended family of Dillon, his wife Kelsey, son Campbell, and daughter Hayes.

Hall of Fame Inductee

Gini Moore Campbell
was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in

Recent Publications


The Oklahoma State Fair: A History

The Oklahoma State Fair has been providing entertainment and economic benefits to Oklahomans for over 100 years. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the OKC Fairgrounds provided testing and vaccinations, as well as scholarships and resources for teachers. With a commitment to growth and expansion, the OKC Fairgrounds will continue to provide new opportunities for Oklahomans of all ages.

Lee Allan Smith: Oklahoma's Best Friend

Lee Allan Smith was a college student and Air Force officer who was well-known for his special event planning. He was the driving force behind some of Oklahoma's most memorable galas, such as the Stars and Stripes shows, the Diamond Jubilee, and the Oklahoma Centennial celebration. His leadership was essential for the success of these events.