Carol Sewell, a native Californian grew up in Tyler, Texas and graduated from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology.
In 1980, after attending Washington for Jesus, Carol developed a passion for America and its political system. Since then, she has been devoted to educating herself and her fellow Christians about America’s Christian heritage and our responsibility to engage in the political process.
She started her political activism in Oklahoma opposing the Equal Rights Amendment and has been involved as political liaison at church, a precinct chairman, been an election judge and has worked in local, state, and national campaigns.
It is Carol’s desire to see the generations come together in unity as each generation begins to pass on biblical living, faith, the truth about our Christian heritage, and patriotism. We the People is written with this purpose in mind. When she speaks it is with passion, knowledge, and sincerity. She explains our governmental system in an easy to understand way always stressing the biblical foundations rooted in our laws and founding documents.
Carol and her husband have lived in Oklahoma, Texas and California. Currently, Carol and her husband reside in Plano, Texas and enjoy living near their daughter, son-in-law and three grandsons.