Carol Campbell Fox, Class of ’62
If you were to draw up a list of the hardest working volunteers at USC, Carol Campbell Fox MS ’62 would surely be near the top. The energetic alumna could teach a master class on efficient multi-tasking. The president of the USC Alumni Association, she is also the immediate past president of the Trojan Guild of Los Angeles and a member of the San Pedro-Peninsula Norris Cancer Guild, the Trojan League of South Bay, the USC Associates, the USC Rossier School of Education Board of Councilors and the USC University Hospital Guild. In the spring of 2009, she co-chaired the host committee of the inaugural USC Women’s Conference. All this, while working as both an educational consultant and a university administrator.
“I can’t seem to stop working with various groups and projects at USC,” Fox explains. “The payoff is certainly pride in making contributions to an outstanding university, the many lifelong Trojan friends I’ve made and the appreciation I’ve received for the time I give. What more could I ask?”
Given Fox’s years of service to USC, especially on behalf of Town and Gown, the university’s largest and oldest women’s support group, it’s no wonder she received an Alumni Service Award from the alumni association in 2006. The following year, the Rossier alumna received the prestigious Recognition of Outstanding Support/Service for Education (ROSE) Award from her alma mater. Not one to rest on her laurels - or rest, period - Fox continues to devote herself to new volunteer activities.