Chairman of the Board of Directors, Intuit Inc. Mr. Campbell has been an Intuit director since 1994. He has served as Chairman of the Board since August 1998 and was Acting Chief Executive Officer from September 1999 until January 2000. He also served as Intuit's President and Chief Executive Officer from April 1994 through July 1998. Mr. Campbell also serves on the board of directors of Apple Inc. Mr. Campbell holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Masters of Science from Columbia University, where he is Chair of the Board of Trustees. William Vincent Campbell Jr. was born on Aug. 31, 1940, and grew up in Homestead, Pa., near Pittsburgh. He excelled in football in high school. As a 165-pound linebacker, he was captain of Columbia’s football team when it shared the Ivy League championship in 1961, the program’s only Ivy title. After graduating in 1962 with a bachelor’s degree in economics, he went on to earn a master’s degree in economics as well and became an assistant coach. After six years as an assistant at Boston College, he returned to Columbia as head coach. While coaching he married Roberta Spagnola, an assistant dean. The marriage ended in divorce. Mr. Campbell ended his coaching career in 1979 with an overall record of 12-41-1. He then went to work for J. Walter Thompson, the advertising agency, before joining Kodak. Mr. Campbell was an Eastman Kodak executive in Europe when he was recruited to Silicon Valley in 1983 by Apple’s chief executive at the time, John Sculley. Mr. Sculley named him vice president of marketing. Mr. Campbell later played a significant role in Apple’s spectacular turnaround when Steve Jobs, who had been fired by Mr. Sculley, returned to the company in 1997. Apple went on to revamp its Mac computer line and introduce the iPod, iPhone and iPad. Mr. Campbell was an Apple director from 1997 until 2014. From 1994 until 1998 he was chief executive of Intuit, a personal finance software company. His survivors include his wife, Eileen Bocci Campbell; a daughter, Margaret; a son, Jim; and his stepchildren, Kevin, Matthew and Kate Bocci.