Daniel Campos


Daniel Campos is a long-time resident of the San Fernando Valley. He has been a community activist in Los Angeles area, since (2006) and attended Los Angeles Mission College majoring in Business and Administration and is pursuing his passion in International Business and Politics.

Daniel is the former Associated Student Organization (ASO) President of Los Angeles Mission College (LAMC). As an ASO President, he served on numerous committees, including: College Council, the Steering Accreditation Committee, LAMC Foundation, and the Neighborhood Oversight Committee as well as the Senator of Social Activities for the Associated Student Organization (ASO) of LAMC, and was the Ambassador of Public Relations for the Student Business Entrepreneurship Club. 

These experiences led him to become the past Student Trustee for Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) and also served as the student representative to the District's Curriculum Committee. As Student Trustee, Daniel chaired the Student Affairs Committee, a standing committee of the LACCD Board of trustees. A strong statewide and national student advocate,  he participated in the Student Senate for California Community Colleges (SSCCC) and the American Student Association of Community Colleges (ASACC). He also served as an organizer of the “March in March” in Sacramento held in March 2012. 

These events were the foundation to his calling by representing and giving voice to support LACCD students.  This endeavor has led Daniel to continue his work as an activist for students.  He is the founder of the Chicano Intellectual Society –La Sociedad Intelectual Chicana -(LASOINCHI).  Daniel’s priority has always been to encourage all members of the community to achieve success.  Daniel believes that by finding inspiration and an arbitrator between the students, community, and the government, he believe he can help shape youth into a direction of success.  His has been strongly involved in local and nationwide election as a volunteer organizer and also through IE representing the best interest of organized workers.

Daniel was appointed by Honorable Mayor Eric Garcetti as a Commissioner for LA Human Relations Commission, where he currently serves such as and which mission is to improve the life of each and every Angeleno through constant attention to their needs and discovering innovative ways to help them surmount many of the challenges they encounter on a daily basis. As a City Human Relations Commissioner, he facilitates access to local government by empowering communities with the knowledge and skills to participate effectively.