Visiting Committee – John P. Campi | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

Visiting Committee – John P. Campi

John P. Campi, Weatherhead Visiting Committee

Managing Partner, Genesis Management Group LLC

John P. Campi is the founder and Managing Partner for the Genesis Management, LLC, an organization specializing in supply chain and cost management initiatives. Previously, he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer of Global Sourcing for Chrysler LLC where he was responsible for all worldwide purchasing and supplier quality activities.

Mr. Campi has extensive experience in the field of cost management and is recognized as a founder of the strategic cost-management discipline known as Activity-Based Cost Management. Before joining Chrysler, he served as the Senior Vice President of Sourcing and Vendor Management for The Home Depot where he led the drive for standardization and optimization of The Home Depot Global Supply Chain. Prior to joining The Home Depot, he served as Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer for Du Pont Global Sourcing and Logistics. Previous to joining DuPont, Mr. Campi also led the Global Sourcing activities for GE Power Energy (previously GE Power Systems). Additionally he has also held a variety of positions within the automotive industry — beginning his career at Federal Mogul before joining Parker Hannifin Corporation, and as a consultant to manufacturing and distribution organizations at Price Waterhouse.

Mr. Campi completed his undergraduate studies at Indiana University earning a Bachelor of Science in Business majoring in Accounting. He also completed his EMBA degree at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. It was during this period that Mr. Campi became more involved in Global Supply Chain research and engagement that ultimately led to his being recently recognized by A.T. Kearney for his outstanding leadership in the Field of Supply Chain Management.

Mr. Campi currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Case Western Reserve University and the Supply Chain Management Advisory Board for Clark Atlanta University. He is generally recognized as one of the outstanding leaders in the field of supply chain within the United States. Additionally he has also served as a member of the Advisory Board of directors for three startup companies and is a past member of the Financial Executives Institute and the Institute of Management Accountants (member of the National Committee on Academic Relations), and he has served as President of the Alumni Board of Directors of the Weatherhead School of Management.