Carol obtained her nursing degree and certification as a nurse practitioner in 1981 from the University of Arkansas College of Nursing; a pioneer program in nurse practitioner training and one of the first programs in the nation. She was inducted as a member of Sigma Theta Tau, a national honor society for nurses.

Carol worked as a primary care nurse at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Hospital in Little Rock. Subsequently, she worked in a pilot program as a nurse practitioner treating teenage pregnancy and obstetric patients for the Marion County Health Dept. in Indianapolis IN. She has worked in the Langsdon Clinic since its inception in 1986 in many positions; from surgical, preoperative preparation, postoperative care, and aesthetic treatments.

Carol provides administrative oversight for Germantown Ambulatory Surgical Center and has consulted and advised other surgery center programs throughout the state.

She is responsible for nursing aesthetics in the Langsdon Clinic; including Botox®facial fillersskin treatmentpeels and other non-surgical treatments. She designed and oversees a custom TCA skin peeling program that rivals mostlaser and light-based skin improvement tools. She participated in the early clinical trials for an injectable facial filler. She offers years of experience in facial plastics and has spoken nationally on the topics concerning medical spas and nonsurgical facial aesthetic treatments.

Carol is the mother of four children. She is a member of Germantown Presbyterian Church, a past board member of Germantown Arts Alliance and foster care advisory board for Shelby County.