LySaundra Janeé

Music. Justice. Resilience.




I will sing of steadfast love and justice. To you, O Lord, I will sing praise.” – Psalm 101:1

LySaundra Campbell is the Founder of Social Soundtrack LLC, a company dedicated to Black music, social liberation, healing, and resilience. Before launching Social Soundtrack, she worked in the nonprofit sector for a decade at the collegiate, local, state and national levels addressing issues related to gender-based violence. After an experience with burnout she sought to develop creative solutions that combined her background in music education with social advocacy in a way that was culturally relevant and healing-centered.

"When you get these jobs that you have been so brilliantly trained for, just remember that your real job is that if you are free, you need to free somebody else. If you have some power, then your job is to empower somebody else." - Toni Morrison

Ms. Campbell is an experienced and engaging survivor-advocate, writer, educator, trainer and communications strategist. She has worked with the National Women’s Law Center, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence, Bridges Domestic Violence Center, True North of Columbia, and the MU Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Center.

She studied sociology and music at the University of Missouri-Columbia and is a writer, editor, and educator. Her written work is found on platforms like Sojourners, The Witness Black Christian Collective, 21Ninety, The New Territory Magazine, Elite Daily, Blavity, and more.

When she isn't advocating for social and political liberation, you can find her with friends laughing, at a piano, curled up with a book, listening to vinyl records, or fangirling over Issa Rae.