Vice President, Customer Experience Solutions

Oracle Corporation

Jeff Fyock, vice president of Customer Experience Solutions for Oracle Corporation, leading business operations for the East coast.He has held sales and marketing leadership roles throughout his career with companies such as Xerox, Dun & Bradstreet Software, ComputerVision, FreeMarkets, and Siebel Systems; was a founding partner owner of Preferred Business Systems along with fellow IUP alumnus Bob Haddad ('83); and has served as an independent director for multiple corporations.Throughout his career, Jeff has received numerous awards and recognition for innovative marketing and process improvement initiatives and for sales performance.

Jeff is a 1984 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he received a great education, both inside and outside of the classroom.His degree was in marketing, with work in safety sciences.While an undergrad, Jeff served on the Student Co-Op Board of Directors as treasurer and held multiple offices, including president of Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity, vice president of the Inter-Fraternity Council, director of Advertising for the Penn, and was involved in student government and ROTC.Post-graduation, he has served on the IUP Alumni Board of Directors, was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi Honors Fraternity, and currently serves on the Eberly College of Business Advisory Board.

Additionally, Jeff has an extensive history of volunteer service, including president of one of the largest youth football organizations and lacrosse organizations in Western Pennsylvania, secretary of the Western Pennsylvania Youth Lacrosse Association, founder and chairman of a successful pediatric cancer research fundraising series of events, advisor to multiple universities' colleges of business, and a frequent speaker for the American Marketing Association and college business programs, specifically their sales certification programs.He also served on many councils, boards, and leadership positions within his church.

Jeff resides near Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Bina, where they raised their three children.