Carol Campbell is a women’s advocate using education, artistic endeavors and musical performance to increase awareness and raise funds to support individuals, critical programs and charities here and abroad.
As a regular contributor on the Sirius-XM satellite radio hit broadcast, Broadminded, Carol provides commentary to the wide range of women’s issues that headline the media. Carol established herself four years ago by taking listener’s questions and drawing on myth and ancient imagery to find answers related to body image, relationships and new opportunities.
Combining her love of performance art with fundraising, Carol created, The Goddess Diaries, a theatrical production which premiered in January 2010. The Diaries has raised thousands of dollars to help women and their families in our community and just wrapped up staging five shows at the Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, DC, in July 2012.
Carol enjoys her current pursuit as a blogger for Empowher.com and the on-line newspaper, Oakton Patch, where she explores alternative wellness and current trends in women’s health.
Carol has twenty five years of experience in women’s health education and counseling, including inspiring and coaching women through her creation, Crone Stones, a meditation tool using sacred stories and goddess mythology. Crone Stones have received notice from such national media as The Washington Post, SageWoman Magazine and New Age Retailer. The much anticipated publication, Return to Wellness: The New Book of Crone Stones, is now available through Barclay Bryan Press.
Carol is proud of her work in her local community. She facilitates coursework in feminist theology – sessions dedicated to goddess history, philosophy and art. She conducts workshops and gatherings bringing goddess imagery and ritual to the community.
She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, David, and their two daughters.