|Full Name Jolene McIvor|
Lead Kelsey Dutton
Skip Jolene Campbell
|Third Kelly Schafer|
Second Teejay Haichert
Name Jolene Campbell
|Born August 12, 1981 (age 34)
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1981-08-12) |
Education University of Saskatchewan
World Championship appearances 1 (2011)
Hearts appearances 3 (2010, 2011, 2012)
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Jolene Campbell (born Jolene McIvor on August 12, 1981 in Saskatoon) is a Canadian curler from Regina, Saskatchewan.
Campbell won a provincial junior title in 2002, skipping a team consisting of Teejay Surik, Janelle Lemon and Maegan Strueby. At the 2002 Canadian Junior Curling Championships she led Saskatchewan to a third-place finish, after losing in the semifinal to Prince Edward Island's Suzanne Gaudet.
Campbell and her team of Sherry Linton, Allison Slupski and Marcia Gudereit, would win the Schmirler Curling Classic in 2007.
Campbell was the alternate for the Amber Holland rink. She played in three Scotties to date as a member of the team, going 6-5 in 2010 and 2012 and winning it in 2011. The team won a silver medal at the 2011 Capital One World Women's Curling Championship in Denmark. Campbell was seven months pregnant at the time. 
At the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Holland would utilize Campbell as fifth player, when Tammy Schneider was injured. Campbell would play six out of eleven round robin games, and finished round robin with the highest player percentages amongst seconds.
From 2012-2014, Campbell played third for the Amber Holland rink which included Brooklyn Lemon and Dailene Sivertson at front end. Campbell won one World Curling Tour event as a member of the Holland rink, the 2013 Boundary Ford Curling Classic. The team placed third at the 2013 Saskatchewan Scotties Tournament of Hearts and tied for fifth at the 2014 Saskatchewan Scotties Tournament of Hearts. After the season, Campbell left the Holland rink to form her own team, including former Scottish champion Kelly Schafer (formerly Wood), Teejay Haichert and Kelsey Dutton.
Campbell is a graduate from the University of Saskatchewan and works as an independent sales consultant for Norwex. She is married to Greg Campbell and has two children.