Deacon Brian Campos returns to Chaminade Julienne on Tuesday, Dec. 3 as the eighth STEMM Idol Speaker of the 2013-14 school year. All students are invited to attend presentations during homeroom periods in the library.
Formerly the development database coordinator at CJ, Campos now works at the WPAFB Air Force Research Laboratory as an aviation safety investigator. His duties include investigating mishaps, overseeing flight safety programs, and enforcing safety regulations.
Campos holds his bachelor's degree in social science from Colorado State University and holds two associates degrees in criminal justice and aviation operations. He also holds a professional educator's license for the military.
After high school Campos enlisted in the Air Force and served on active duty for 21 years as an instructor flight engineer and flight safety investigator. His job took him to various assignments and duties all over the world, and he retired with 4,600 flying hours.
While at CJ in 2010, Campos attended the Athenaeum of Ohio in the diaconate formation program and was ordained a permanent deacon. He also chaperoned the school’s Right to Life March in Washington D.C. and served as announcer at Eagles men's basketball home games for three seasons.
A native of Detroit, Campos is a parishioner at Kettering’s Church of the Ascension and an active volunteer in the community.