Brian Campos, Principal

Brian Campos, Principal

Mr. Campos loves his job.  Coming to school each day to help make a difference in the lives of our students is his favorite part of his job.  Mr. Campos has been a Principal for seven years and it has been the highlight of his years in public education.  Prior to coming to Ecoff, Mr. Campos also worked at, Crenshaw Elementary, Hening Elementary, Elizabeth Scott Elementary, and Marguerite Christian Elementary School.  He earned his Master’s degree from The George Washington University and his undergraduate degree is from Mary Washington College. Most of his free time is spent with his family participating in sports, spending time outside, playing board games, and reading.

Shelley Davis

Shelley Davis, Assistant Principal

Mrs. Davis is enthusiastic about continuing her journey at Ecoff Elementary as the Assistant Principal! Ms. Davis is entering her fourteenth year in education and sixth year in Chesterfield County. Ms. Davis started her career in New Jersey teaching 1st through 3rd grades. Her family relocated to the Gulf Shores area in Alabama for three years where she taught Pre-K. In 2017, Mrs. Davis and her family relocated to Chesterfield where she began teaching at Winterpock Elementary School. She then joined Salem Middle School as the Coordinator of Assessment and Remediation as well as Dean of Students. Mrs. Davis earned her Bachelor’s degree in History and Africana Studies from Rutgers University- New Brunswick (RU Rah Rah) and her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Seton Hall University in 2014. She believes it takes the whole village to raise a child and each child has a unique voice that should be heard. Ms. Davis is an avid reader and enjoys spending time with her family traveling or watching football- Roll Tide!