I have lived in District 3 my entire life. I am a proud product of public schools throughout the community. As an adult, I re-affirmed my testimony of how committed and dedicated I am to my District 3 community, and proudly purchased and renovated the home across the street from the house where I grew up. I strongly believe that investment of communities is drawn only from the continuous reinvestment of citizens.
As early as the age of 17, I began working to contribute to my family's needs following the death of my dad, Joe A. Campos. My first job was at the HEB on New Braunfels and Fair Avenue. Staying in the heart of District 3 was most important to me because I wanted to make sure I remained close to my family.
While developing my career in the legal field, I spent 24 years working as a legal administrator helping to assist families fight for their rights. During this time, I began work as a Chief of Staff in the Texas Senate and was fortunate to serve District 3 and the surrounding community. Developing this unique perspective allowed me the ability to see just how deeply issues affect the District and daily lives of residents. I learned to build and foster relationships with community leaders and stakeholders to improve the community.