Director of Programs and Solutions
David is a Stanford graduate with more than 10 years of experience in college admissions. He is a strong believer in developing a multi-dimensional student for success in college admissions.
David Campos oversees the Multi-Dimensional Student Program for 8th-10th grades. He is also responsible for new programs and solutions.
David is a key member of UCEazy’s strategy team. Previously, he developed the concept for the Multi-Dimensional Student Program because he realized the need to make students unique (in terms of college admissions) in the early grades. He also is a frequent presenter at UCEazy’s seminars and webinars and an avid blogger as well.
David Campos has cultivated an illustrious career counseling high school and community college students through the college admissions process. He has helped numerous students gain admissions to top private and public colleges. He also has guided community college students through the transfer process to 4-year colleges.
Before joining UCEazy, David co-founded a tutoring company, employing some of the most passionate and highest achieving tutors in the Sacramento area (graduates of Stanford and Princeton, among others).
David is a graduate of Stanford University with a B.A. in Psychology. He received a M.S. in Counseling with an emphasis on school and career counseling. While pursuing his master’s degree, he worked as a counselor for two years at Sacramento State University.
During his free time, David enjoys traveling with his wife, Macy, and taking hikes with their dog, Miya.