Dr. Todd Campo, Superintendent, Liberty Christian Academy
Dr. Todd Campo started at Liberty University as an associate dean in the department of Student Affairs.
After a short time, he
became the assistant to the Executive Vice President where he
was responsible for the LU/LCA partnership and instrumental as LCA
made the move from Thomas Road to its current location on Liberty Mountain.
Soon after this, Dr. Campo was promoted to Dean of Men at Liberty University.
During the summer of 2007, Dr. Campo
was appointed as Superintendant of Liberty Christian Academy
Dr. Campo comes to us from Orange County, California where he was a Detective with the Los Angeles Police Department.
served in Hollywood and South Central Los Angeles investigating major assault crimes.
He most recently served as an Advocate for LAPD Internal Affairs.
is originally from upstate New York.
He earned his B.S. in Education from the State University of New York in Oswego, N.Y. During his college summers, he attended United States Marine Corps Officer Candidate School.
Upon graduation, he
was commissioned a Second Lieutenant.
From there he
was assigned to the Naval Air Training Command where he
wings and went on to fly A4 Skyhawks.
As a Captain in the United States Marine Corps he also served as Marine Air Group 32's Nuclear Safety Officer and Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Officer.
After serving his country, Dr. Campo enrolled in Liberty University's DLP, earning a Master of Arts in Religion.
He continued his studies and received a Master of Arts degree in Apologetics from Simon Greenleaf School of Law (now Trinity International University) in Anaheim, California.
In 1990, he attended the University of Strasbourg, France where he studied International Law at the International Institute of Human Rights.
Upon his return, he was named principal at Hawthorne Christian School in Hawthorne, California.
tenure, the all-minority Hawthorne achieved one of the highest scholastic scores in the state.
While ministering and administrating at HCS he
enrolled in the doctorate program Trinity Theological Seminary
Five days after giving the oral defense of his dissertation and earning his Ph.D. with high distinction, he entered the Los Angeles Police Academy where, at the age of 44, graduated #1 in his class.
After seven years of serving the public, he
voice calling him and his
family to Liberty University
Dr. Campo lives in Forest with his
wife, JoAnn and their two children, Joshua and Matthew.