Carlos M. del Sol




Carlos M. del Sol

BSIE '72 |  Ocala, FL


Carlos del Sol, BSIE ’72, retired as Vice President Global Engineering for the Campbell Soup Company where he was responsible for the corporate engineering function supporting operations worldwide.  During his twenty-three year tenure with Campbell, he led a highly engaged organization to successfully execute a multitude of complex capital projects, applying state of the art technology to introduce new products, expand manufacturing capability, and optimize supply chain operations. Mr. del Sol was recognized for leadership in the area of organization effectiveness and diversity.

Prior to joining Campbell he held leadership positions in manufacturing, engineering, production, logistics, and advanced manufacturing technology at General Electric.  Carlos earned a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Florida.  Upon graduation, he joined General Electric and graduated from GE’s two-year Manufacturing Management Program. 

Carlos served as Vice Chairman of the Campbell Soup Foundation and as a Trustee of the Board of the United Way of Camden County, NJ.  He has been recognized with the University of Florida Distinguished Alumnus Award, the University of Florida Industrial Engineering Alumni Leadership Award, and the Camden County, NJ Prominent Hispanic Award.  He is a member and former chair of the University of Florida College of Engineering Dean’s Advisory Board, currently serves as chair of the Industrial Engineering Advisory Board and is a member of UF’s Engineering Leadership Institute Advisory Board.  Carlos is serving his third term on the UFAA Board of Directors; his term expires on 6/30/2025.