Hugo DeCampos is an assistant professor of supply chain management at UCO. After spending 10 years in the automotive industry in progressively higher levels of responsibility in supply chain management functions ( eg. international logistics analyst, materials management supervisor, buyer, purchasing manager and purchasing director), he switched his career focus to academia. DeCampos earned a Ph.D. in operations and sourcing management from Michigan State University and was previously at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He has taught supply chain students of all levels from undergrad to executive education and has even designed and led international study abroad courses to Brazil on supply chain sustainability. Having lived in three countries during his life (USA, Brazil and China), DeCampos is passionate about bringing his multicultural and professional background into the classroom to help prepare the next generation of supply chain leaders.
Chair of the Day
Adrienne Nobles, APR, brings more than 20 years of experience in public relations, marketing and communications to her role as Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs at the University of Central Oklahoma. She previously served as the Assistant Vice President for University Communications, managing the news bureau, serving as a media liaison and spokesperson, and directing the creative development of advertising, marketing and branding initiatives. Her work has earned numerous state and regional honors, including the 2015 Natalea Watkins Communicator of the Year award from the Oklahoma College Public Relations Association. Her past experience includes public relations and marketing work for the UCO Foundation, Central’s College of Arts, Media and Design (now Fine Arts and Design), and TAParchitecture. A graduate of Western Kentucky University’s School of Journalism and Broadcasting, Adrienne also worked in radio and television broadcasting as an anchor, reporter, and producer in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. She holds a Master of Public Administration from UCO.
Adrienne is an active community volunteer, currently serving as the President-Elect of the Junior League of Oklahoma City, on the board for the Oklahoma Academy for State Goals and Parent Promise, and as a commissioner on the Oklahoma Commission for Community Service. She also has served in various capacities with the Alpha Gamma Delta International Fraternity, Edmond Mobile Meals, the Oklahoma City chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition, OKC Museum of Art, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma City, Arts Council of OKC, deadCenter Film Festival, among others. She was named the 2015 Woman of the Year for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Oklahoma Chapter, raising more than $37,000 to support treatment and research for blood cancers, and is a member of Leadership Oklahoma City Signature Class 36.