Meet with an Executive Series: John P. Campi | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

Meet with an Executive Series: John P. Campi


This series invites key alumnus or alumna not only to talk about his or her career and life path, but also to showcase his or her strong personality and motivate students to confidently take control of their career paths and overcome any potential challenges.

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.

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.
You can view Mr. Campi's full professional bio under Workshops section of Careerlink. 

RSVP under Workshops. Only a limited number of seats are available!

Contact Information:
Uma Ricco


Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Peter B. Lewis Building
Room 258
Speaker(s): John P. Campi, EMBA '88
Sponsored by: Career Management Office


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