Serve as the unified voice for minority CEOs in the United States. Advance opportunities for minority entrepreneurs in the public and private sectors. Work across racial, ethnic, and cultural barriers to promote greater economic participation; and inform and influence public policies on critical importance issues to the minority business community.
Providing advocacy, influencing public policies, and strategic partnerships. We are committed to taking minority business to another level. We accomplish our goals through establishing partnerships, setting standards, and building businesses. Whether it's legislation, public policy, networking, or marketing opportunities, MBRT is essential to successfully grow your minority business.
CEO Conferences & Workshops
Network with CEOs & Executives
Connecting with Government & Corporations
Business Building Opportunities
Education, Research, and Advocacy
Access to Contracts, Capital, and Grants
White House & Congressional Briefings
"…groups such as the MBRT continually renew my
confidence about what…we can achieve together.”
President Joseph Biden
Meet the Founder
Mr. Campos is the Founder and Chairman/CEO of the Minority Business RoundTable (MBRT), the first national nonprofit organization for CEOs of the nation’s largest Minority-owned businesses. MBRT provides a national forum for CEOs of large minority, veteran, HUBZone and women-owned businesses to address public policy issues; and serves as a unique resource on business issues including federal procurement, contracting, access to capital and coaching CEO’s on how to do business with large corporations, federal and state governments.
From 2015 – 2023, Mr. Campos was appointed by the Governor serving in the Cabinet as Maryland’s first Business Ombudsman responsible for investigating and resolving complaints between businesses, economic development organizations, communities and federal, state, and local agencies; and overseeing and administering Maryland’s first customer service standards.
He also served as Assistant Secretary in the Department of Housing & Community Development working with nonprofits, developers and small businesses to expand business and community growth, provide new green space, affordable housing, mixed- use development, encourage investment through attractive financing, generate jobs and strengthen the partnership between Baltimore and the State of Maryland.
Mr. Campos has established and served as a leader in several nonprofit organizations. He was Vice President of Government Relations for the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities where he served as chief executive managing Washington, D.C. operations including overseeing the nationally recognized internship program that has educated more than 12,000 interns from over 500 colleges and universities. He is also Co-Founder of U.S. Hispanic Youth Entrepreneurship & Education Foundation, a nonprofit that provides students with leadership skills and college stipends.
He has a distinguished public service career having served four years in the White House, Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget setting up Presidential Commissions, Councils and reorganizations of federal programs; Special Assistant to the Secretary of Energy; Served as Special Consultant to the Administrator, Small Business Administration where he drafted the standard operating procedures for the U.S. federal government’s 8(a) minority business program; and served in the Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Agriculture. He has also served on several Cabinet National Advisory Boards and is widely recognized as a national business leader on small business, supplier diversity, access to contracts and capital with federal, state, and local governments.
Mr. Campos holds a Juris Doctorate degree from the United States International University, California Western School of Law in San Diego, CA and a Bachelor of Arts degree in social sciences from the University of California at Santa Barbara.