Photo of Student Trustee Daniel CamposDANIEL CAMPOS

Student Trustee

Daniel Campos is a long-time resident of the San Fernando Valley. He has been a full-time student at Los Angeles Mission College for the past two years, majoring in Business Administration. After graduation, he intends to transfer to a four-year university and pursue a degree in the area of International Business and Politics.

Daniel is very active in the Los Angeles  Mission College student body as well as in the surrounding community. He was the founder of the Chicano Intellectual Society--La Sociedad Intelectual Chicana (LASOINCHI), served as the Senator of Social Activities for the Associated Student Organization (ASO), and was the Ambassador of Public Relations for the Student Business Entrepreneurship Club. He is also a strong supporter of the CalWORKs program, which he firmly believes is an essential service that helps students with scarce resources to maximize their educational opportunities.

Daniel is the former ASO President of Los Angeles Mission College. As ASO President, he served on numerous committees, including the Los Angeles Mission College Council, the Steering Accreditation Committee, Los Angeles Mission College  Foundation, and the Neighborhood Oversight Committee. He was also a member of the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees Student Affairs Committee and served as the student representative to the District's Curriculum Committee.  As Student Trustee, Daniel chairs the Student Affairs Committee--a standing committee of the Board.

Daniel has been a strong advocate for students statewide as well as nationally. 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 earlier in March 2012.

Daniel’s priority as student trustee is to help facilitate communication between the students and the Board of Trustees, ultimately empowering students to take a more proactive approach to their own education.

February 2013

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