Cindy Campbell is a communications and media specialist, mom blogger and cancer research advocate. Along with her husband Louis, she founded the Ty Louis Campbell (TLC) Foundation for childhood cancer research in 2012 after after the loss of her son, Ty.
Cindy has leveraged her 17 years of experience in corporate marketing and agency PR to fuel the fight against childhood cancer. Her work was recently featured on the Huffington Post, Scary Mommy blog and in a series of web promos by Cancer Films to promote the Ken Burns documentary, Cancer: the Emperor of All Maladies.
She has interviewed with various news outlets including The Today Show, Katie Couric, The Doctors, WNBC-NY, Huffington Post, AOL ParentDish, LoHud.com/The Journal News, WFAN-FM, Bloomberg Radio and WPLJ. Her blog at www.superty.org has generated 6 million hits, her Facebook page has more than 20,500 fans, and her Twitter @SuperTyCampbell has more than 1,700 followers.
Prior to her position at the TLC Foundation, Cindy was a marketing director at PricewaterhouseCoopers for five years. Before making the change to corporate marketing, she worked at various PR agencies including Weber Shandwick and Cohn & Wolfe. She has supported a wide range of clients including Hanes, Kohl’s, Smucker’s, Suave, Jif, USPS, Cold-EEZE, 3M, Viagra, M&M/Mars, Hugo Boss and many more. She has also worked with various celebrities and sports personalities to support a range of creative campaigns including Steven Tyler, Mr. T, Carlton Fisk, Ethan Zohn, Kevin Dillon, and Mark Martin.
Cindy lives in Pawling, NY with her husband Lou, and sons Gavin and Bodhi. She holds a B.A. in Communications/Public Relations from Marist College.