Dekko Announces New CEO - Shawn Campbell

Dekko is pleased to announce that Shawn Campbell has been named the new CEO effective February 5, 2024. 

David Burnworth, Dekko’s CEO for the past nine years, announced his retirement earlier this year. Under Dave’s leadership, Dekko completed several acquisitions, positioning the Company for its next chapter of growth.

Shawn brings 24 years of leadership in manufacturing across multiple industries with a wealth of expertise in the sector. He is an accomplished business leader who specializes in transforming, leading, and growing businesses to achieve greater innovation and commercial success while driving value for customers and stakeholders.

“I am honored and excited to join Dekko and continue to build on its rich history of strong brands and innovative products and services.  I look forward to working with the team and our valued customers to further unlock the potential of Dekko and accelerate the growth of the business.” said Shawn Campbell.

Shawn holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and earned an MBA from Quinnipiac University. 

The team at Dekko would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers and suppliers. We appreciate your continued partnership.  As we move into our next chapter, we want to assure you that our commitment to providing excellent products and services, along with outstanding customer support remains unwavering. We are looking forward to an exciting period of growth; and we believe that under Shawn Campbell’s leadership, Dekko will continue to thrive - offering you the best experience in the industry.   

Group Dekko Inc. (Dekko) is an electrical solutions company that focuses on innovative power charging and data systems; industrial and commercial indoor lighting solutions; and the manufacturer of electrical components and assemblies for medical equipment, transportation, industrial and appliance products. Dekko, founded in 1952, is headquartered in Fort Wayne, IN, and operates 11 facilities in four states and Mexico.