For thirty years, Carol Lee Campbell has advocated for women through performance, broadcasting and educational endeavors to increase awareness and raise funds to support critical programs and charities.
Combining her love of theater with women’s issues, Carol created The Goddess Diaries, an ongoing theatrical production that features true transformative stories of women. Voted Best of the Fringe three years in a row (DC Metro Theater Arts) at The Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, DC. the Diaries completed its seventh run as a benefit show at the George Mason University last October. Carol presents ongoing theatrical projects at Mason focus on gender and sexual oppression in a migration setting. Her latest passion is satire.
As a regular contributor for five years on the Sirius-XM satellite radio hit broadcast, Broadminded, Carol provided commentary to the wide range of women’s issues that headline the media, took listener’s questions and drew from myth and ancient imagery to find answers related to body image, relationships and new opportunities. In February 2016, Carol launched a new music/talk radio program, Music Alley Radio that airs live on Thursdays from Arlington, VA, 96.7 FM. Through invigorating dialogue with guests, Carol explores the intersection of social activism and musical talent around DC.
Carol’s roots include her work 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. The much-anticipated publication, Return to Wellness: The New Book of Crone Stones, was published in 2011.