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Women speaking at CSCMP EDGE 2018

In addition to the mega session powered by AWESOME on Wednesday, October 3, an impressive number of other CSCMP EDGE sessions will feature executive-level women in supply chain. Here, we highlight some of the sessions with leading women speakers.

Sunday, September 30
    Women at Work session
    Anne Loehr, Generational Guru, Author & Transformational Leader
Monday, October 1
    2019 23rd Annual Third Party Logistics Study
    Mellisa Hadhazy, Associate partner, Infosys Consulting
    Meredith Moot, Principal, Logistics, Distribution and Transportation, Korn Ferry

    Berry Global’s Integrated Supply Chain Transformation
    Karin Bursa, Executive Vice President, Logility

    Building Analytics Capability in Organizations
    Annette Danek, Senior Vice President of Fulfillment, Penguin Random House
    (Annette has participated in several AWESOME events as a panelist.) 
    Anna McGovern, Vice President of Supply Chain & Procurement, Arcade Beauty 

    Connect: Inside the “Inner Circle”
    Adri McCaskill, General Manager, iPlan International, LLC
    Hannah Stolze, Associate Professor, Wheaton College 

    Supply Chain Risk Management: Speed Kills. So can Lettuce. 
    Kristin French, Chief of Staff, Defense Logistics Agency
    (Kristin is a 2017 recipient of the AWESOME Legendary Leadership Award.) 
    Kathy Fulton, Executive Director, American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) 
    (Kathy has participated as a panelist at the 2018 AWESOME Symposium.) 

    Supply Chain Talent of the Future: Are you Ready? 
    Stephanie Beal, Head of Logistics, Kimberly Clark Corporation 
    Kelly Marchese, Principal/Supply Chain Strategy Leader, Deloitte 

    Agile Supply Chain as a Competitive Advantage
    Annette Danek, Senior Vice President of Fulfillment, Penguin Random House
    (Annette has participated in several AWESOME events as a panelist.) 

    Certify: Show Off Your Supply Chain Credentials with an SCPro Certification
    Laura Meade, Professor of Supply Chain Practice, Texas Christian University
    Maria Orta, Transportation Insurance Analyst, OVIA Insurance Services

    Five Ways to Improve the Odds that Your IoT Project Will Succeed
    Ninette Vaz, Head of Supply Chain Business Development, Intel Corporation

    SCM Talent: Partnering with Business Schools and the Future of Business Education Sessions
    Sarah Gardial, Dean, Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa
    (Sarah has participated as a panelist at the 2017 AWESOME Symposium.) 
    Sharon Oswald, Dean, College of Business, Mississippi State University

    Women In Supply Chain
    Heidi Benko, Vice President, Product Management & Solutions Strategy, Infor Supply Chain Management
    Shari Diaz, Innovation, Strategy & Operations Program Director, IBM
    Lindsay Goodman, Senior Director, Strategic Engagements, Yusen Logistics (Americas) Inc.
    Guadalupe Pagalday, Director, Product Marketing, HighJump

    2nd Annual Big Data Analytics Survey: The Path to Profit and Performance
    Lisa Harrington, President, lharrington group llc
    Susan Lacefield, Managing Editor, Supply Chain Quarterly

    Amplifying the Power of Blockchain
    Melanie Nuce, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development, GS-1 US

    Beyond the Money: Power of Procurement in Your Supply Chain
    Molly Louthan, Managing Director, North America, State of Flux
    Donna Palumbo, Senior Manager, Business Process Lead Supplier Risk CoE, Johnson & Johnson
    (Donna has participated as a panelist at the 2015 AWESOME Symposium.) 

    Data Analytics to Redefine Customer Service and Order Fulfillment
    Polina Zvyagina, Senior Attorney-Consumer Protection & Privacy, Uber

    Educate and Develop: Has Google Let You Down? 
    Judy Whipple, Professor of Logistics, Michigan State University

    Logistics 2030 – Navigating a Disruptive Decade
    Terri Reid, Director of Transportation, Caleres

    New Pharma Supply Chain In-Transit Visibility Standard
    Nadia Frankefort, Senior Manager, Logistics Platform Solutions, Pfizer

    Robots and the Supply Chain of the Future
    Karen Leavitt, Chief Officer, Locus Robotics

    Who’s Going to Run Tomorrow’s Supply Chain? Developing the New SC Talent
    Kristy Shimkus, Principal Account Manager-Manufacturing, Oracle

    Why S&OP has Largely Failed and What to do About It
    Jeanette Shutay, Senior Director, Advanced Analytics, HAVI

Tuesday, October 2
    Change Makers: How Supply Chain Leaders can Reinvent the Customer Experience
    Shari Diaz, Program Director for Innovation, Strategy and Operations, IBM

    CSCMP’s 29th Annual “State of Logistics Report,” Presented by Penske Logistics 
    Cheryl Capps, Vice President Global Supply Chain, Corning Incorporated
    Sylvia Fouhy, Vice President, Customer Experience, North America, Johnson & Johnson
    (Sylvia will be a panelist at the Wednesday Mega Session: Global Volatility and Risk: The Imperative for Supply Chain Agilitypowered by AWESOME)
    Balika Sonthalia, Vice President, A.T. Kearney

    Mitigating Supply Risk Through Effective Transparency 
    Sue Purdum, Associate Teaching Professor, The Pennsylvania State University
    (Sue has moderated several AWESOME panel discussions.)

    The Omnichannel Success Formula
    Jess Dankert, Vice President for Supply Chain, Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA)

    Blockchain Enables a New Era of Trust and Transparency in the Global Food System 
    Brigid McDermott, Vice President, IBM Food Trust, IBM Food Trust

    China’s E-commerce Logistics Development & Business Model Innovation by the Internet Revolution 
    Patricia Daugherty, Professor, Iowa State University

    Large CPG – Change and Innovation with the Consumer
    Anna McGovern, Vice President of Supply Chain & Procurement, Arcade Beauty
    Sana Raheem, Head of Operations, The Farmer’s Dog

    Managing Supplier Performance with Analytics 
    Kristen Daihes, Partner, Opex Analytics, LLC

    Women and Diversity in Logistics
    Hannah Stolze, Associate Professor, Wheaton College
    Stephanie Powell Thomas, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas

    Digital Transformation – Evolution or Revolution?
    Shelley Simpson, Executive Vice President, Chief Commercial Officer

    Gaming the DC
    Stephanie Crowe, Senior Director, Global Learning & Development, Manhattan Associates, Inc.

    Increasing Trust and Visibility by Using Blockchain in Your Upstream Supply Chain
    Jennifer Jordano, Vice President Logistics & Customs Compliance, Michael Kors
    Kimberly Kathleen Rodriguez, Supply Chain Risk Associate – CSR, BSI Supply Chain Services & Solutions

    Morton Salt’s Journey to Re-Design the Distribution Network & Metrics
    Betsey Nohe, Vice President Supply Chain, Morton Salt, Inc
    (Betsey has participated in several AWESOME events as a panelist.)

Wednesday, October 3
    Communicating Transportation’s Value and Challenges to the C-Suite
    Jennifer Kobus, Director of Transportation, Ulta Beauty

    Global Volatility and Risk: The Imperative for Supply Chain Agility – powered by AWESOME
    Jennifer Diaz, President, Organization of Women in International Trade and International Trade Attorney
    Sylvia Fouhy, Vice President, Customer Experience, North America, Johnson & Johnson
    Kara Mahoney, Vice President Account Management, Expeditors International
    Amy Michtich, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Molson Coors Canada

    Transportation Strategies for Delivering Savings and Performance
    Monica Wooden, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, MercuryGate International, Inc.

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