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Executives Paul Amorello and Todd Sprinkle join Fox IT Advisory Board
Information technology executives Paul Amorello from Campbell Soup Company and Todd Sprinkle from QVC, Inc., have joined the Fox IT Advisory Board.
Amorello serves as Vice President of Global IT Services and Chief Information Officer of Campbell Soup Company. Sprinkle serves as Chief Information Officer of QVC, Inc.
Composed of IT industry leaders, the Fox IT Advisory Board guides Temple University’s Fox School of Business in its mission of strengthening its reputation and curriculum as a provider of integrative business and technology education and research.
“It is a privilege to welcome Paul and Todd to the Board,” said Dr. Munir Mandviwalla, Executive Director of IBIT and Chair of the Fox School’s Management Information Systems (MIS) department. “Technology drives new business strategy and product, and their experience and leadership will support the collective vision and savvy of our IT Advisory Board.”
Amorello and Sprinkle join the 17-member Fox IT Advisory Board that features professionals and executives in the technology, finance, entertainment, healthcare, retail commerce industries, and more.
Amorello, as VP of Global IT Services and CIO, delivers technology solutions that drive sales growth, innovation, and cost savings. He has held various titles with Campbell Soup Company, which he joined in 1997. In 2004, he was selected by Consumer Goods Technology Magazine as one of the industry’s 25 most-influential leaders. Amorello earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in finance and his MBA in information systems from Iona College.
Sprinkle, in his role as CIO, oversees QVC’s global IT organization spanning seven nations, and at QVC’s global business services operation in Poland. He has held various leadership positions since joining QVC in 2007. Sprinkle led QVC’s mobile development, including the introduction of iOS and Android apps, and QVC’s responsive design implementation. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in microbiology from the University of Georgia.