For the past 17 years Kevin Campbell has been the Senior Vice President and the Chief Information Officer of Hunt Consolidated, Inc. – the privately held non-operating holding company of the Hunt family of companies. He retired from that position in May, 2018. In that position he was responsible for formulating and guiding worldwide technology strategy. His goal was to ensure that the company’s technology foundation provided for transacting business in a global economy delivering computing technology in a form and of a method that would be easily usable by all of the Hunt lines of business across the globe which includes the oil and gas division, LNG division, commercial real estate division, capital investments division, and the farming and ranching divisions. He began his career with the Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) where he spent more than 20 years serving in a wide variety of management roles and ended his tenure with the organization as the Director of Global Technology Planning. Prior to joining Hunt, Mr. Campbell was Director of Information Systems for Texas Industries, Inc. He has served in leadership positions on the Executive Board of the American Petroleum Institute’s Information Management and Technology Committee. He has held executive board positions on the National Executive Board of the Society of Information Management, as well as past president of the Executive Board of the Dallas/Fort Worth Society of Information Management. He currently serves on the Industry Advisory Board and is Past-Chair of the Curriculum Committee for the Information Technology and Decision Sciences Department of The University of North Texas as well as an active member of the Texas Christian University, Neeley School of Business, Business Information Systems Advisory Board. He was a member of the Distinguished Advisory Board for the Engineering, Management, Information, and Systems department of the Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering of Southern Methodist University where he chaired the CIO Executive Continuing Education committee. Mr. Campbell received the Information Technology Executive of the Year award presented by the Dallas/Fort Worth area chapter of SIM in 2005 and was elected as one of the Founding Fellows of the chapter in 2013. He served as the first Chairman of the Fellows until 2015. In 2018 he was a finalist for the CIO of the Year award from DallasCIO. He is a lifetime member of the National Eagle Scout Association. Mr. Campbell earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Texas A&M University, Commerce, Texas.