Highlights of AWESOME at CSCMP EDGE 2018

AWESOME Reception – Sunday, September 30

The fifth annual AWESOME Reception to kick off the CSCMP Conference brought together AWESOME Leaders, AWESOME Scholars, CSCMP EDGE speakers, and other special guests. Many thanks to sponsor XPO Logistics.

Scholars Breakfast – Tuesday, October 2

Expeditors sponsored five top university women to attend CSCMP EDGE 2018. The AWESOME Scholars met with supply chain pros at a special breakfast. Meet our 2018 Scholars.

Mega Session – powered by AWESOME – Wednesday, October 3

Global Volatility & Risk: The Imperative for Supply Chain Agility
According to Dun & Bradstreet’s CIPS Risk Index, global supply chain risk continues to hover near its all-time high reached in Q4 2016. Changing regulations, shifts in international policy, and a growing wave of nationalism continue to reshape global markets and supply chain strategies. A group of outstanding experts and leaders identified major sources of risk and volatility and implications for supply chains, offered potential strategies for building agility into your supply chain, and discussed approaches for supply chain leaders to assess and mitigate risk.

Panelists:

      Amy Michtich, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Molson Coors Canada
      Kara Mahoney, VP Account Management, Expeditors
      Sylvia Fouhy, VP Customer Experience, Johnson & Johnson

Moderator: Jennifer Diaz, Founder, Diaz Trade Law, P.A., Board Certified in International Law

Read key takeaways from the discussion

AWESOME Advisors at CSCMP EDGE

AWESOME Advisors: Dr. Nancy Nix, Executive Director Emeritus, AWESOME; Dr. Frances Gaither Tucker, Associate Professor of Marketing & Supply Chain Management and Academic Director, LOGTECH MS in SCM in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University; Natalie Putnam, Chief Commercial Officer, Verst Logistics; Heather Sheehan, Executive Director, AWESOME; Michelle Halkerston, CEO, Hassett Express; Mary Long, Managing Director, Supply Chain Management Institute, University of San Diego; and Kathy Wengel, Executive Vice President and Chief Global Supply Chain Officer, Johnson & Johnson

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