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Madison Campbell, M.S., NBC-HWC, CSCS, CSNC, RYT-200Health Educator


Madison Campbell has devoted her career to making improved health and wellness accessible and sustainable for people and their communities. As a leader in non-profit health-intervention organizations, she successfully built, advocated for, implemented, and evaluated programs to prevent emergencies and chronic disease, improve access to care, improve survival, support self-directed wellbeing, and ultimately to help people in living their best lives. Inspired by that work and the triumphs she witnessed, Madison pivoted to health and wellness coaching with additional expertise in movement, exercise and sport. She is also a mentor and instructor to other health coaches and, whenever possible, she volunteers with her dog, Chip, as a certified therapy dog team.

For Madison, being part of the Health 1,2,3,4 program is an opportunity to bring all of this and more to support students when they are building their own evidence-based and personalized health, wellbeing, and capacity for thriving which they can carry through college and far beyond into countless communities and professions.


  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from The Ohio State University
  • Master of Science degree in Applied Exercise Science from Concordia University Chicago

Professional Certifications

  • National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach (NBHWC)
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)
  • Certified Sports Nutrition Coach (NASM)
  • Certified Personal Trainer (ACSM)
  • Registered Yoga Teacher (Yoga Alliance)