Schneider National, Inc., a premier multimodal provider of transportation, intermodal, and logistics services, announced Darrell Campbell will join the company on September 30, 2023, as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). He will be responsible for the company’s financial strategies, planning, and reporting – as well as all finance operations and investor relations. Campbell will succeed Steve Bruffett, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Bruffett will remain with the company until the end of the year to ensure a smooth transition.
Prior to joining Schneider, Campbell served as Group Vice President for JM Family Enterprises, where he oversaw enterprise strategy, strategic planning, treasury, and tax activities for this private enterprise with $18 billion in revenues.
Before working at JM Family Enterprises, Campbell served as CFO of Carnival Cruise Line of the Carnival Corporation & PLC (NYSE: CCL), leading all finance functions, as well as sourcing, supply chain, and risk management. Campbell also served as Corporate Treasurer of Carnival Corporation, managing global treasury and tax functions. Prior to Carnival, Campbell gained experience working with publicly traded Fortune 500 companies while working as a partner for PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he led financial statement and internal control audits across multiple industries.
Campbell earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Management from the University of West Indies, a Master of Arts degree in International Business from the University of Florida, and a Master of Accounting degree from the Florida International University, and he holds a Certified Public Accountant license.
“Darrell is an excellent addition to the company and the executive team. He brings a rich set of senior-level finance experiences spanning public accounting as well as the public and private company sectors,” Schneider President and Chief Executive Officer Mark Rourke explains. “I also want to express my appreciation for Steve’s contributions in helping steer the organization through our early years as a public company and for his commitment to stay on in support of a seamless transition. I wish him all the best in retirement.”