Patricia E. Campos 2002
Patricia E. Campos is making her mark in the progress of civil rights and diversity. As a Washington Legislative Representative for the Union of Needletrades Industrial and Textile Employees, she lobbies to promote legislation such as immigration reform, health care, social security, and worker’s rights. She has worked to mobilize union and Latino voters; was Co-Chair of Latino Outreach for the D.C. Mayoral Campaign; and has been honored by the Rockefeller Foundation as a next Generation Leader.
Patricia has also served as the Assistant Director for the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, a National Latino trade association that works to develop leadership and political participation among Latino trade unionists.
An advocate and organizer, she was elected as Vice-President of the Salvadoran American National Network – a national coalition of immigration rights groups that serve the Salvadoran and Central American immigrant communities in the United States. She was also nominated to receive the Young Women’s Achievement Award from the Women’s information Network.
A leader in civil rights work, Patricia is truly a role model for the T.C. Williams diverse group of talented students.
T.C. Williams Class of 1992
B.S., Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, 1996
M.S., Public Health, Cornell University, 1997