Carol Joyce Hinkley Thompson Edit Profile
Student, Mercy College School Nursing, Detroit, 1962. Bachelor of Science magna cum laude, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas, 1988.
Private perinatal educator, Cambridge, Dallas, Tulsa, Massachusetts, 1965-1990. Southwest regional director American Society Psychoprophylaxis in Observatory, Inc., Dallas, 1967-1971. Executive director Family Life Information Center, 1973-1981.
Manager, co-founder Dallas Chamber Orchestra, 1979-1982. Major gifts officer University North Texas, Denton, 1989-1992. Private practice, since 1992.
Chairman, executive producer LORAC, Inc., Dallas, 1994—2001. Philanthropic advisor LORAC & Associate, International, Inc., since 1982. Founder LORAC Publications Inc., Puddintaine Publication, since 2001.
Philanthropy consultant. Motivational speaker. Medical writer.
Co-founder Stop the Highway, Tulsa, 1966, Family Life Information Center, Dallas, 1973, Displaced Homemakers. Trustee Family Counseling and Children's Services, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Lenawee County, Michigan, Estate and Finance Planning Council. Founder Project-Abandoned Mother and Child, Dallas, 1978, Family Outreach, Dallas, 1978, South Plains Post-Polio Support Network, 2004.
Active Leadership Dallas, 1977—1978. Disabilities advisory/activist. Originator, lobbyist for passage Child Safety Act United States Congress, Washington, 1965—1966.
Committee member The Breast and Ovarian Cancer Treatment Act, 1999. Chairman board Project! Outreach: Early Breastcare, Education Screening and Advocacy, Inc. Regional advisory council Texas Commission for the Blind, since 2003.
Founding chairman board Project Outreach, Inc., since 2000. Board directors Young Women’s Christian Association, Richardson, Texas, 1996—1997. Member Lubbock Arborteum Botanical Gardens, 2003.
Member League of Women Voters, International Platform Society, National Society Fund Raising Executives, International Trade Society, Dallas, Indiana Colleges Advancement Association, The Dallas 40, Dallas Council World Affairs, University Indiana, Center on Philanthropy, American Medical Writers Association, Society Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Press Privileges.
Married Keith Francis MacKechnie Thompson, October 6, 1962 (divorced August 1979). Children: Kathryn M. Thompson Timms, Gregory R., Rebecca E. Thompson Cecin, Gwendolynne Thompson, Monica Clare.
1965 - 1990
1967 - 1971
1973 - 1981
1979 - 1982
1989 - 1992
1994 - 2001
1994 - 2001