Nadia Campbell-Mitchell is an "old soul" from Brooklyn, NY. At age eleven she founded The Victorian Hands Foundation, a not-for-profit organization to enhance awareness and respect among younger generations for our elderly.She has been featured in publications such as the NY Times, NY Daily News, Essence Magazine and College Bound Magazine. She has been interviewed on television shows like Fox Business News and radio stations such as XM Radio in Washington D.C and WBAI in New York. And she has also had articles published. In 2002, Nadia was invited to the White House for a conference on volunteerism with John Bridgeland, the former head of Freedom Corps and White House staff. That same year Nadia co-starred in a public service announcement that reached over 10,000 viewers in movie theaters nationwide and on cable television. She has also worked on local political campaigns and has owned and managed a for-profit business.