27. Lorna Campbell of the Abbott World Marathon Majors on Marathons and an Enduring Career in Sports
Faster Forward with Troy BusotJanuary 26, 2021
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27. Lorna Campbell of the Abbott World Marathon Majors on Marathons and an Enduring Career in Sports

Troy Busot
Troy Busot

If you love what you do for a living, you'll never work a day in your life. Or so the saying goes. From the very first email that I received from today's guest, I could feel her enthusiasm toward her job, her employer, and the athletes whom she represents as the Head of Communications for the Abbott World Marathon Majors. 

Lorna Campbell joins us today to discuss how she has parlayed a letter writing campaign, relentless volunteering and networking into a decades-long career in sport.

Having worked multiple Olympics, Commonwealth Games, and the biggest marathons in the world as well as living in several different countries, she knows a thing or two about loving her job to the point that hard work hardly feels like work at all.

She has some great advice for those of you looking to break in or make a change in your career path.

Links:

Lorna Campbell Athlinks Profile
https://www.athlinks.com/athletes/347817840/results

Lorna Campbell on Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/lornasportelle/

Lorna Campbell on Linked In
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorna-campbell/

Abbott World Marathon Majors
https://www.worldmarathonmajors.com

Hope you enjoyed it - more people racing more often having more fun in the process is our mission. Thanks again to Lorna Campbell of the Abbott World Marathon Majors.

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