Kristy Campbell is a creative communications specialist with an entrepreneurial spirit. She writes and produces content for both print and filmed media and believes the best stories are from real-life experiences.
Kristy writes about transformation and women’s interests for Maria Shriver.com and offers insights and humor into tween/teen parenting for Modern Mom and Mommytracked. She explores issues of marriage and divorce for Huffington Post and has founded a community on Facebook called Divorcehood designed to offer education, support, and friendship to those who are contemplating divorce or who are already on the journey.
She also reports from the front lines of life in her blog, The Reality Journalist.
Kristy has been an active member of SAG/AFTRA for over 18 years and was selected to serve on the Women’s Committee for Screen Actors Guild and works to highlight opportunities for women in the film community. As an actress, she has appeared in numerous national commercial, print, and corporate campaigns for clients such as McDonald’s, Walmart, Crest, Ford, Visa, Chevrolet, Toyota, Aetna, Novartis, and Polycom. She has appeared on the Dr. Phil and Tyra Banks shows to discuss parenting issues and was chosen by the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) to be a panelist on a new game show.
She is a speaker and covers topics from writing and how to find your voice to parenting issues and current tween culture. She is part of a tween panel for The Intelligence Group/Creative Artists Agency and participates in various think tanks covering pop culture issues and advocacy for girls.
Her producing credits include KidsCookUSA, a children’s advocacy program using peer-to-peer encouragement to create an interest in healthy eating and cooking. She is in development writing and producing segments for a national kids' television show.
Kristy is a graduate of Boston College with a degree in English. She resides in California with her five children. She has launched her oldest to college and is waiting for the youngest to start kindergarten.