Mr. Campos has worked as a human rights activist in Puerto Rico for the last nineteen years. He has been Coordinator of Ciudadanos contra la Pena de Muerte, President of the Board of Directors of Amnesty International - Section of Puerto Rico, President of the Victims’ Rights Commission of the Puerto Rico Bar Association, Vice President of the Human Rights Commission of the Puerto Rico Bar Association, and Coordinator of the First Social Forum of Puerto Rico.
Carmelo is one of the founders of the Puerto Rican Coalition Against the Death Penalty and its former General Coordinator, and Founder and Deputy Chair of the Greater Caribbean for Life - an organization that puts together abolitionist individuals and organizations in the Caribbean region. Mr. Campos was also the Coordinator of Centro de Ayuda ALAPÁS, an NGO devoted to provide services to and advocate for the murder victims’ families in Puerto Rico. He is a Lecturer at Universidad del Sagrado Corazón and Colegio Universitario de San Juan. He joined the WTI board in October 2017.