Debbie Campbell is the Vice Dean at the Fox School of Business. She was on the Temple University implementation team for installation of the Banner enterprise-wide higher education system, and serves as a founding member and the faculty advisor for the Temple Veterans Association.
Campbell has more than 29 years of experience in higher education with extensive experience in the areas of strategic marketing, curriculum development, policy implementation, and academic advising, among others. She also has expertise in university sustainability, career and student professional development, diversity and ethics programming, assessment, enrollment management, financial literacy, and veteran affairs.
She sits on the Board of Leadership Philadelphia, the Community College of Philadelphia Advisory Board, and is the Board Chair at the Community Center at Visitation. In 2004, she was awarded the Philadelphia Business Journal’s prestigious 40 Under 40 Award, recognizing the Philadelphia region’s most-accomplished young professionals who are proven performers in both their industry and their community. She received the Musser Award for Leadership in Administrative Service, as well as leadership awards from the Legal Studies in Business and Management Information Science departments, and a Leadership in Teaching Innovation Award in technology usage in the classroom.
Campbell studied at the Fox School, where she earned her MBA and Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Marketing and Economics.