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Karen Rudy Rudolph

Resident Blacksmith

John C. Campbell Folk School

HQ Phone:  (828) 837-2775

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John C. Campbell Folk School

One Folk School Road

Brasstown, North Carolina,28902

United States

Company Description

John C. Campbell Folk School provides experiences in non-competitive learning and community life that are joyful and enlivening. Located in scenic Brasstown, North Carolina, the Folk School offers year-round weeklong and weekend classes for adults in craft, ar... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Craft

Warren Wilson College


Program Officer

Lyndhurst Foundation


Affiliations

Conservation Legacy

Board Member


Southeast Youth Corps

Advisory Board Member


ArtsBuild

Board Member


Education

bachelor's degree

Business/Economics and Outdoor Leadership

Warren Wilson College


master craftsmen

John C. Campbell Folk School


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BOD - Conservation Legacy

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Karen Rudolph
Karen Rudolph Karen currently manages all aspects of the fine craft initiative, primarily focused on blacksmithing, fiber arts, and fine woodworking, on the campus of Warren Wilson College in Western North Carolina. Prior to this position she administered grants for the Lyndhurst Foundation in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She joined the Foundation in the fall of 2007 after returning from the Peace Corps where she was assigned to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in the Philippines. Karen has a diverse background having spent time as the resident blacksmith at the John C. Campbell Folk School in North Carolina, built hiking trails throughout the Southwest, and has hung out in tree canopies during her time as an arborist.


BOD - Conservation Legacy

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Karen Rudolph
Karen Rudolph Karen currently manages all aspects of the fine craft initiative, primarily focused on blacksmithing, fiber arts, and fine woodworking, on the campus of Warren Wilson College in Western North Carolina. Prior to this position she administered grants for the Lyndhurst Foundation in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She joined the Foundation in the fall of 2007 after returning from the Peace Corps where she was assigned to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in the Philippines. Karen has a diverse background having spent time as the resident blacksmith at the John C. Campbell Folk School in North Carolina, built hiking trails throughout the Southwest, and has hung out in tree canopies during her time as an arborist.


Karen Rudolph - Conservation Legacy

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Karen Rudolph
Karen currently manages all aspects of the fine craft initiative, primarily focused on blacksmithing, fiber arts, and fine woodworking, on the campus of Warren Wilson College in Western North Carolina. Prior to this position she administered grants for the Lyndhurst Foundation in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She joined the Foundation in the fall of 2007 after returning from the Peace Corps where she was assigned to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in the Philippines. Karen has a diverse background having spent time as the resident blacksmith at the John C. Campbell Folk School in North Carolina, built hiking trails throughout the Southwest, and has hung out in tree canopies during her time as an arborist. Karen Rudolph Karen Rudolph Karen currently manages all aspects of the fine craft initiative, primarily focused on blacksmithing, fiber arts, and fine woodworking, on the campus of Warren Wilson College in Western North Carolina. Prior to this position she administered grants for the Lyndhurst Foundation in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She joined the Foundation in the fall of 2007 after returning from the Peace Corps where she was assigned to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in the Philippines. Karen has a diverse background having spent time as the resident blacksmith at the John C. Campbell Folk School in North Carolina, built hiking trails throughout the Southwest, and has hung out in tree canopies during her time as an arborist.


www.conservationlegacy.org

Karen currently manages all aspects of the fine craft initiative, primarily focused on blacksmithing, fiber arts, and fine woodworking, on the campus of Warren Wilson College in Western North Carolina.
Prior to this position she administered grants for the Lyndhurst Foundation in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She joined the Foundation in the fall of 2007 after returning from the Peace Corps where she was assigned to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in the Philippines. Karen has a diverse background having spent time as the resident blacksmith at the John C. Campbell Folk School in North Carolina, built hiking trails throughout the Southwest, and has hung out in tree canopies during her time as an arborist.


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Karen Rudolph administers the arts and culture grants, trustee initiatives, and the unsolicited community giving program at the Lyndhurst Foundation in Chattanooga, TN.
Karen graduated from Warren Wilson College, Ashville, NC, where she received a bachelor's degree in Business/Economics and Outdoor Leadership. She joined the Lyndhurst Foundation in September 2007 following a two-year stint as a Peace Corps Volunteer where she worked with fisherfolk and students to re-establish island mangrove ecosystems in the Philippines. Prior to living overseas, Karen studied under master craftsmen as the Resident Blacksmith at the John C. Campbell Folk School. As an outdoor enthusiast Karen has built hiking trails in numerous National Parks and ascended into tree canopies as an arborist.


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