Traci S. Campbell is a social entrepreneur, public speaker, author, podcaster, IT consultant and founder of two 501c3 organizations, the C.H.A.M.P. Community Project and The BIBO Foundation that also produces the annual BIBO (Beauty In / Beauty Out) Awards which celebrates and honors exceptional female leaders, role models, and trailblazers in cities nationwide.
A technology professional for over 18 years in corporations such as McDonald’s, University of Chicago, and Sears, Traci is a dynamic talent and the former host of a podcast & internet radio show, “BIBO Live w/ Traci S. Campbell”. She has interviewed the likes of veteran actors Harrison Page (Law & Order, CSI, JAG, Grey’s Anatomy), and Tippi Hedren (Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds” and “Marnie”, mother of actress Melanie Griffith) and Dee Wallace (“ET: The Extra-terrestrial”, “The Howling”, “General Hospital”). Recording artists such as Chilli of the Grammy Award winning group, TLC. VH1 stars Valery Otiz (“Hit the Floor”) and politicians such as Senator Donzella James of Georgia.
She conducts celebrity interviews, highlight people helping communities throughout the US, and panel discussions that address a myriad of topics affecting teens and families including relationships, political, social, health, wellness, and business topics that especially affect women.