Carolyn Castleberry Hux is a Certified Professional Coach and has 25 years of media experience as a business journalist and nationally recognized author with Simon & Schuster and Random House. She is the Managing Member of the International Possibility Organization, IPO LLC, helping teams and individuals create transformational change for positive outcomes.
In media, Carolyn contributes business segments to FOX News. She is a former television news anchor in Virginia and Colorado, and co-host for Living the Life on ABC Family Channel. Carolyn’s work has been featured on FOX & Friends, USAToday.com, MSN Money, Essence magazine, and major newspapers and radio programs in the U.S. and Canada. She hosted the first national radio talk show for female executives on the Business Radio Network, “Women Talk Business,” which was recognized by the American Women in Radio and Television. Carolyn worked as a financial advisor with Series 7 and 66 registrations. Her books include, Women, Take Charge of Your Money: A Biblical Path to Financial Security and Women, Get Answers about Your Money: because there are no dumb questions about personal finance.
In ministry, Carolyn serves as a Certified Halftime Coach working one-on-one with leaders to help them invest their second half of life where it matters most. Her book, It's About Time: 10 Smart Strategies to Avoid Time Traps and Invest Yourself Where it Matters provides strategies for maximum impact and significance. She and her team also developed multimedia projects including WomenSaveMoney.com, a web content management system and the audiobook, More than Enough, with Life Today. She has served in leadership roles for ministries serving Asia and Latin America.
Carolyn holds three degrees: two Bachelor of Science degrees in Business and Journalism from the University of Colorado, and a Master of Arts degree in Government from the College of William and Mary. Carolyn lives with her family in Virginia Beach and raised three children, ages 22, 24 and 35.
From the Halftime Institute:
What is Halftime Fellows Coaching Like?
"These stories go even deeper into the spiritual and identity dimensions of coaching, as you would expect from a more in-depth program like the Fellows Program. Terry Mullen shares how his work with Rod Stewart transformed his understanding of how God sees him and revolutionized how he shows up in his marketplace work. Lisa Payne shares how Carolyn Castleberry serves as a thinking partner to elevate her awareness and bring new dimension to this season. She too was profoundly shaped spiritually and in her family journey."