Jeff Campos is an alumnus of Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois, from where he received his Bachelors of Science degree. He is a Board Member of Hispanic Business TV Advisory Board. Prior to this, he was the Board Member of Visit Denver Board of Directors, Denver Housing Authority Board of Directors, Hispanic Chamber Foundation, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. Apart from this, he was also a Committee Member of Denver Area Plan Steering Committee.
Jeff Campos is a dedicated leader in business, civic and charitable organizations who had previously served as a Board Member of the Museo De Las Americas, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Rocky Mountain Junior Achievement, Shaka Franklin Foundation, and the Urban League of Metro Denver. Besides this, he has even served the Denver Metro Chamber Foundation as a Chairman.
Jeff hails from Chicago, Illinois, and in 1997, he relocated to Denver to begin marketing and community relations department of American Family Insurance that caters to the six-state Mountain Region. His rigorous efforts and exceptional leadership qualities lead American Family to participate in a range of projects that earned the company numerous awards and recognition for immense marketing successes and dedicated community involvement. He is a PR and marketing expert who joined Elite Advantage Public Relations, a full service PR consulting firm, in 2011 as an Executive Consultant. He played an important role during the launch of this PR consulting firm that specializes in business development, government relations, and general marketing/branding support. Later in 2012, he became Elite Advantage' Managing Partner that he is still today.
Prior to this, Jeff Campos was recruited by the Denver-area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and joined the organization in 2005 as a President/CEO. During his tenure-ship at Hispanic Chamber, he also contributed his time and efforts to assisting other community and not for profit organizations. He was also associated with Colorado Boxing Commissioner, Denver Housing Authority Commisioner, Metro State President’s Advisory Committee, and Live Well Colorado. In addition to this, he co-chaired Governor John Hickenlooper’s as well as Mayor Michael Hancock’s transition team for Economic Development.