Title: Counselor, Educator and Exercise Coach
Company: The Arthritis Foundation
Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
Kathleen Campbell Hammon, Counselor, Educator and Exercise Coach at The Arthritis Foundation, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in volunteerism and community service.
The recipient of a Bachelor of Arts in sociology and Master of Education in guidance and personnel services, both from North Carolina State University, Ms. Hammon is certified as an elementary school counselor. After receiving her master’s degree, she served as a teacher of adult basic education, reading, writing, and mathematics at local prisons. She also taught vocational applications to inmates and served as an instructor at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Currently, Ms. Hammon is a senior exercise instructor for The Arthritis Foundation, having previously spent 22 years with the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina as a family support coordinator. Additionally, she volunteers with the local sheriff’s department in rural Orange County, North Carolina, where she provides wellness visits to senior citizens who live alone. Previously, she was active with the North Carolina Medical Traumatic Brain Injury Research Council’s advisory council and participated in the North Carolina TBI Task Force.
Demonstrating versatility in her profession, Ms. Hammon has sung with Voices, the Chapel Hill Chorus, with whom she has been afforded the opportunity to travel across the globe. She has sung in Scotland, Ireland, the Czech Republic, and Italy, among other locations. Recognized as an Outstanding Citizen and Leader by Business Leader Magazine in Raleigh for 1996-1997, Ms. Hammon also received the 2019 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
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