Cleveland, OH – Devon Campbell, Vice President of National Accounts for MCPc, was appointed recently to Baldwin Wallace’s National Campaign Committee.
Campbell received his undergraduate degree from BW in Management & Marketing in 2007 and his MBA in Management five years later.
The committee is made up of graduates who are charged with helping Baldwin Wallace generate the funds that will help it sustain its reputation as one of the top ranked four-year liberal arts colleges in the Midwest by US News & World Report.
Prior to his promotion to Vice President, Campbell was Sales Director – End User Computing, where he worked closely with MCPc customers to define, integrate and support their end user computing strategy.
Andy Jones, CEO of MCPc Inc., credited him with providing strategic planning and leadership to the End User Computing Group to expand capabilities, improve quality and enhance the overall customer experience. He worked in collaboration with MCPc’s strategic partners to define the go-to-market strategies as it relates to end user computing. Prior to role at Sales Director, served as a Key Account Manager at MCPc.
Says Campbell about giving back to his alma mater: “I got so much from BW, that it’s a privilege and honor to be asked to serve in this way. I not only support the university financially but volunteer as a mentor as well. At MCPc, we are always looking for good talent, and we always turn to BW for it. There’s something about their students – who they are, where they come from, how they were raised – they all have such a great work ethic.”