Campos started as the athletics counselor at Allan Hancock College in April 2017. She has already established a great reputation for helping Hancock student-athletes succeed in the classroom. Campos says her favorite part about working with student-athletes is the opportunity to help students maximize their potential on and off the court.
Campos graduated from Coalinga High School and received her associate’s degree from West Hills Community College. She received a bachelor’s degree in human services from Columbia College and earned a master’s degree in educational counseling from National University.
Prior to Hancock, Campos worked as an athletics counselor at Cuesta College. She also taught transitional skills at Avenal State Prison through West Hills Community College. Campos has worked at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and coached basketball for four years at Coalinga High School.