Known best for establishing an Argentine youth foundation called Un Sueño para Misiones, Ocampo also fought on behalf of causes related to education, public libraries, ecology, and human rights.
Early in her career as an activist, she delivered Spanish-language lectures on free access to education.
Her second charitable foundation, Incluir, opened its doors in 2012.
She was born in Obera, Misiones Province, Argentina to Juan Mauricio Ocampo and Zusana Da Cruz.
She and American Civil Rights leader Mary Bethune both championed educational causes.