Kelly Campbell, leader of Unlimited Possibilities, board of director of Brain Injury Association of Georgia.
The following is Kelly Campbell’s self introduction:
“I had a stroke caused by a tiny genetic birth defect called Eagle’s Syndrome that had laid silent until 2 weeks after my 41st birthday.
On July 7th, 2009, I went to bed whole and 10 minutes later found myself with half my body no longer working and, yes, it was that sudden. In the years since that fateful night, I can say most assuredly if I could go back and change that July night, I wouldn’t because of the sheer volume of blessings I’ve received and how my life has changed for the better.
I am the leader of The Unlimited Possibilities support group, a community of stroke and brain injury survivors and caregivers. We enjoying sharing our stories, hearing from outstanding speakers, being part of planned social outings, and encouraging each other in our “new normal”.
I also serve as a board member on the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Association of Georgia. The Brain Injury Association of Georgia (BIAG) is dedicated to increasing access to quality health care, raising awareness and understanding of brain injury through prevention, education and advocacy.
I live in the metro-Atlanta area with my dog Sam and am an empty nester with both of my sons now in college- Charlie, a graduate student at Baylor University, and Gus, a sophomore at Mercer. “