Candy Gibbs is the Executive Director of Hope Choice Pregnancy Centers and Mentoring Programs in Amarillo, Texas. With a degree in psychology, Candy has served as the national cochair for the Campaign for Life in America and has been presenting at events for over 20 years.
Hope Choice Pregnancy Centers in Amarillo serves over 1,300 clients each month. Hope Choice Mentoring Programs, spear-headed by Candy, has over 25,000 interactions per month with preteens and teens during the school year. Candy speaks regularly at pro-life events, as well as, teens, women’s and parent events around the country.
Author of, Rescue: Raising Teens in a Drowning Culture, and her latest book, Release: The art of fearless mothering to release powerful and purposed sons, and host of the “Candy Gibbs” Podcast.
Candy and her husband, Brian, make their home in Bushland, Texas. Their son, Jake, is in his second year of Medical School at Texas A&M, and their daughter, Madi, is a Senior Business student at Texas A&M University. Their oldest son, Tanner, a US Airman, resides in Amarillo, TX with their daughter-in-law, Whitney, and four precious grandchildren
"I love to brag on Candy. She is the best speaker I have ever used, that is why I continue to bring her back."
"Our Donors LOVED Candy. Her message was clear and to the point. Very effective presentation that resonated with the audience."
“Candy went above and beyond to participate and encourage us in what our ministry is doing. A huge increase in previous years due to her effective, powerful message. Those that attended were deeply moved and gave very generously.”
"Candy Gibbs and CareNet have been the best resources our campus has accessed in addressing the real life needs of middle school students in an honest and direct manner. CareNet works with our school to educate parents and students on topics neither group is equipped to deal with. One of our primary goals for the upcoming school year is better utilize the programs that CareNet provides to our school district."
'Candy fit perfectly into the realm we needed her, which was speaking to our JH and HS girls about abstinence. Candy was a great balance of fact, honesty, humor and personal relevance. Her testimony affected many of the girls and she knew when to throw in a funny comment to be sure they were listening. We watched the girls’ reactions and they were engaged. Our surveys back from the girls were they wish she could’ve spoken more. What better way to tell her how great she did; instead of eating and socializing, they would’ve rather listened to her more.”