Karen Campbell is on her way to Costa Rica now. Soon, she will be teaching English as a second language and realizing a life-long dream of serving in the Peace Corps.
Campbell’s resume, at least in part, tells the story of this amazing woman — one fully committed to living a life of purpose and making a difference!
Campbell received a bachelor of arts degree in English and journalism, summa cum laude, from Union University in Jackson, Tenn. in 1983. Three years later, she received a master of arts degree in communications from Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth. Then, in 2007, she received the Cambridge University certification for teaching English as a Second Language.
Campbell has spent more than 20 years working with faith-based organizations as a writer, speaker and communications strategist. She also spent two years learning more about state government and how to advocate for change as a district director for a Texas state representative.
From The Publisher
As we age, our birthdays seem to come around more and more quickly. And, with each passing year, we greet these special days with various forms of recognition.