AmerisourceBergen Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer Dale Danilewitz has been appointed IBIT’s newest Executive in Residence.
The IBIT Executive in Residence program facilitates interaction between industry leaders and the faculty and students of Temple University’s Fox School of Business. In his role as IBIT Executive in Residence, Danilewitz will visit the Fox School Monday, April 4, and engage with faculty and students on topics and projects of mutual interest, while also promoting the activities of IBIT, the Fox School’s Management Information Systems department, and the Fox School of Business.
Additionally, AmerisourceBergen recently became a member of IBIT, and Danilewitz has joined the Fox IT Advisory Board.
“Joining the Fox School’s IBIT community as an Executive in Residence is an exciting opportunity to invest in the next generation of IT talent,” Danilewitz said. “I’m inspired by the passionate faculty and students at Temple and the Fox School, and I look forward to contributing to a dynamic academic experience.”
Danilewitz is Executive VP and CIO of AmerisourceBergen, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical services companies. Based in Chesterbrook, Pa., AmerisourceBergen serves global markets with a focus on the pharmaceutical supply chain. Danilewitz has more than 25 years of experience in senior information technology positions, and his background spans manufacturing, hospitality, supply chain, and healthcare. He previously worked for Whirlpool and American Airlines/SABRE Group.
He holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Advanced Technology from Imperial College London, and Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science from Rhodes University and the University of the Witwatersrand.
“Dale is an inspiring role model for our students,” said Laurel Miller, Director. “He has been incredibly successful in his career, and continues to give back and make the effort to connect with students. Our students can learn from Dale on how to succeed with great values, composure, and concern for others.”