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David G. Kelble is vice president of Information Technology at the Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life. Mr. Kelble is responsible for planning and coordinating the activities of the Information Technology Department, and for developing and implementing new initiatives to support the expansion of the Abramson Center’s services. Most recently, he oversaw the research and implementation of an electronic medical records system that is integrated across the Center’s multiple lines of businesses.  

Mr. Kelble has over 30 years of experience in information technology. Before joining the Center, he was vice president of Information Technology for MobilexUSA, where he led the IT function during a period of rapid growth for the company.                        

Mr. Kelble is an adjunct instructor for the College of Science and Technology at Temple University. He is also active with several industry and charitable organizations, including as a board member of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Society for Information Management, treasurer of the Philadelphia Philanthropic Society for Information Technology Foundation, Inc. (PHISIM), and serves on the CIO Advisory Board for Tech Impact.

He has a master’s degree in organizational dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania, a master’s of business administration and information systems from Temple University, and a bachelor’s degree in business from LaSalle University.

Dave’s son David passed away suddenly in December 2012 after a tragic work accident.  Aside from being a devoted husband and father of a three year old daughter and a one year old son, David was a volunteer fire fighter, an avid skier and a car enthusiast.