About Mary E. Campos
Mary E. Campos is a celebrated civil rights leader in Des Moines, Iowa. She was the first Latino inducted into the Iowa Women's Hall of Fame. She earned an Ohtli Award, the highest honor given from the Mexican Government to a Mexican descendant whose efforts have contributed significantly to the wellbeing, prosperity, and empowerment of Mexican communities abroad.
Mrs. Campos serves on several boards and councils such as the Iowa Civil Rights Commission, League for United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), and is very active in the church. Mrs. Campos also was one of the founders of the National Black and Brown Forum. Mrs. Campos continues to mentor youth and adults and help countless people gain their citizenship.