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Adriene Bailey

Adriene Baileyis Vice President, Strategic Business Development at Yusen-Logistics (Americas) Inc. - Transportation Division. She is responsible for the division's commercial and product strategies as well as pricing and procurement functions. Her transportation and logistics industry experience spans more than 25 years with well-established organizations in the rail, intermodal and management consulting sectors. Ms. Bailey earned a Master in Business Administration from the Wharton School of Business and a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Princeton University, and is the current Chair of the Intermodal Transportation Research Board of Directors.

Darrin Browder

Darrin Browder is a Global Supplier Relationship Senior Manager for Dell's Reverse Supply Chain and is a Certified Vested Deal Architect. He is primarily responsible for managing and implementing concepts of the vested outsourcing methodology with various vendors globally and implementing strategies for Dell's Reverse Supply Chain.

Darrin began his career at Dell in 2000, as a Materials Manager in enterprise manufacturing operations. Shortly after joining Dell, Darrin moved into an Operations role where he led desktop, workstation, and enterprise production operations. Darrin expanded his role and moved from Austin to Nashville to be the Dell Senior Manager for the returns center. Because of Darrin's logistics, operations, and returns background, Darrin transitioned back to Austin to work on logistic strategies prior to joining the Logistics Procurement organization supporting the Global Operations and Americas Service Pats for the Americas.

Darrin brings a wealth of leadership and experience across multiple disciplines at Dell including reverse logistics strategy, vendor management, operations management, and materials management. He brings with him a track record of success, eagerness to learn, a broad spread of experience and vast knowledge that he will continue to leverage for building a better Reverse Supply Chain at Dell.

Prior to Dell, Darrin served in multiple leadership roles with United Parcel Service. Darrin graduated from the University of Texas Arlington with a BA in Criminology and Criminal Justice. In addition, Darrin has attended various executive development programs at the University of Tennessee and University of Pennsylvania.

David J. Closs

David J. Closs, Ph.D., LQ Executive Editor. Dr. Closs is the John H. McConnell Chaired Professor of the Eli Broad College of Business, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain management, Michigan State University. He has consulted with more than 100 of the world’s Fortune 500 corporations regarding logistics strategies and systems. He is an active member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).

Krista Collinson

Krista Collinson serves as Vice President, Logistics, Ecommerce and Business Development, for Toysrus Canada. In this role, she works with the Canadian executive team on the development of short- and long-term logistics, supply chain and Omni-channel strategy for the business. She is recognized globally in the Toysrus family as being a key global leader in Omni channel, supply chain, technology and logistics, successfully leading the way for many countries, in new strategic initiatives within the company.

Krista is an accomplished professional, with over 20 years of retail experience. She has proven track record of increasing revenues, profits and market share through savvy business and infrastructure initiatives. Her deliberate approach to building businesses and managing infrastructure to support growth has been a key deliverable to EBITDA contribution over the years.

She has proven track record in Canada in the Omni channel space, building for the future and integrating within the retail business to delivering a best in class experience for customers. She recognizes the impact of inefficiencies in the business as it impacts the most important part of the value chain, the customer. She has successfully started up an ecommerce business in Canada that continues to see double digit growth annually.

Her most recent work included, opening a new Distribution Centre in Delta, Vancouver with a 3PL partner, supporting the growth of business, implemented strategic sourcing changes and overall changes to the replenishment model for retail stores in 2011 with a 3 month start-up of 180,000 sq ft facility with full automation and WMS support. The Omni channel growth in 2012 was supported with the opening of 55 store fulfilment operations across Canada building on to the network of the 3PL fulfilment centre for Ecommerce.

In the same year, Krista successfully led the transformation of supply chain automation and merchandise operations, moving the organization to demand driven supply chain methods in inventory management, forecasting and replenishment. This included a full organizational change to a sales and operations planning model, with a customer centric approach to merchandise operations in the organization. With the main deliverable of improving availability on shelf to consumers, changing order cycle times, while driving inventory investment out of the company and improving turns.

Krista is an avid fundraiser, supporter of giving back to communities and supporter of corporate sponsorship of social responsibility. Krista is the Chair for Toysrus Golf Classic for the past five years, supporting the growth of charity event annually. Krista has served on the Board of Directors for Starlight (Ont) from Feb 2012 to July 2013, also served as co-chair of their Gala Fundraising committee.

Krista is a Certified Management Accountant and holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Brock University.

Jeff Corbett

Jeff Corbett is the Facility Manager for GENCO's Acklands Grainger (AGI) British Columbia Distribution Centers in Richmond, BC. Post managing start-up in 2012, Jeff’s key responsibilities are to provide oversight for logistics, warehouse and facility management, customer service and team leadership. Jeff champions programs that encourage process innovation and personal development, such as, defining new best practices for the customer, controlling variable and fixed costs, implementing lean methodology principles and the developing of the 100 plus teammates at the GENCO / AGI facilities in Richmond, BC. Previously, Jeff was an Operations Manager for GENCO's Home Depot facility in Delta, BC where he was responsible for ground-up facility start-up, defined and improved facility processes, trained teammates on the warehouse management system and lead the supervisor team. Jeff was promoted to Facility Manager and was awarded the AGI account after only 8 months with GENCO as an Operations Manager.

Before joining GENCO, Jeff worked for Maersk Distribution where he supported Home Depot, Canadian Tire and Wal-Mart operations. Jeff was heavily vested in the start-up of the first Home Depot warehouse in Western Canada and was the first THD facility to implement WMS within the THD network. Jeff attended the University of the Fraser Valley, after which he went on to play semi-professional hockey

John Fergusson

John Ferguson is President and CEO of SCI Group Inc. SCI is a recognized leader of integrated supply chain solutions that leverages the most comprehensive delivery network in Canada. John has over 20 years of experience in logistics, transportation and international trade.

Prior to his role with SCI, John was Vice President and General Manager of Schneider's international logistics business based in Georgia. In this role, he was responsible for several operating units including contract logistics, transportation, and global freight forwarding services. John also served as Vice President and General Manager Canadian Operations at Schneider National Inc. with responsibility for cross border, expedited, dedicated truckload, intermodal and logistics operations.

John began his career at PBB Global Logistics, where he held several senior roles in operations and sales, and served on the executive team. He received an Ontario Global Traders award for leading one of the first privately led trade missions to China as well as SCL Canada's innovation award.

John is an active member in YPO (Young Presidents Organization) and CSCMP (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals). He has held board director positions with the Ontario Trucking Association, Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters Association and on the national board for Boy Scouts of Canada.

David Guernsey

David Guernsey, Principal, GlobalEdge Solutions, is the former Senior Sustainability Program Manager and the acknowledged "father of sustainability" at UPS. In 1992, David became the International Environmental Manager where he developed UPS's global environmental compliance programs. During this time, David led the effort, from tactical details to top-level strategic platforms, to create an industry first Sustainability and Reporting program in 2003. David went on to guide UPS through nine sustainability reports before he retired in April 2012.

David was deeply entrenched in every aspect of UPS's Sustainability program. His responsibilities included corporate sustainability management, climate & energy strategy and all "beyond compliance" activities; to include; external technical working groups, projects with Non-Governmental Organizations, support for environmental public relations, and corporate response and strategy related to global environmental issues. As Managing Principal of Experiential Sustainability Consulting, David helps companies build, manage and enhance their sustainability programs from tactical to strategic. Dave received his Masters in environmental biology from the University of Alabama in Huntsville.

About Consultancy Practices

David now works in multiple consultancy practices to leverage his experience and help other companies play a visible role in developing and managing the complex framework necessary to do business in our changing world.

* Managing Principal - Experiential Sustainability Consulting

* Principal - GlobalEdge Solutions

* Executive in Residence - Homrich Partners LLC

Bill Horrocks

Bill Horrocks, Vice President, Supply Chain/Logistics at Rogers Communications Inc. As the Vice President of Enterprise Supply Chain & Logistics Management for Rogers Cable, Wireless & Rogers Retail, have accountability for fulfillment, warehousing, transportation, inventory management, purchasing (Cable/Retail), reverse logistics, refurbishment, ESCL Care and equipment repair services. More than 35 years experience in supply chain, information technology, procurement, as well as systems design and development in both the logistics and technical services environments. Prior to joining Rogers, was Vice President of Global Solutions Design and Implementation with a leading Global Third Party Logistics Provider (3PL) headquartered in Miami, Florida. Professional Logistician (P.log), Aerospace Engineer, Electronics Engineer.

Clifford F.Lynch

Clifford F. Lynch, C.F. Lynch & Associates: Mr. Lynch has broad experience in supply chain management, having served as Vice President – Logistics for Quaker Oats, President of Trammell Crow Distribution Corporation, and for the last fourteen years, Principal of C. F. Lynch & Associates, a supply chain management advisory firm. He is a past recipient of the CSCMP Distinguished Service Award, past president of CSCMP, and a member of a number of other organization and advisory boards. He is the author of several books and hundreds of articles on the subject of logistics and supply chain management.

Eric Malcolm

Eric Malcolm, Director of Sales Strategy, AFN: Eric focuses on AFN's sales strategy and uncovering opportunities with existing accounts while managing AFN's sales pipeline. He sets the strategic direction for the sales team to help meet AFN's business goals and exceed customers' expectations. If any project requires an infusion of energy, Eric (who often rides his bike to the office and runs year round in Chicago!) can usually be seen spearheading it. He began his logistics career at C.H. Robinson where he provided global supply chain solutions to a portfolio of accounts that he built and managed. Prior to joining AFN, he worked at the RMI Company, where he sold information technology and software for the rail industry. Eric graduated from Miami University (OH) Farmer School of Business and also holds an MBA from Emory University Goizueta School of Business.

Dick Metzler

Dick Metzler, President/Chairman of the Transportation Marketing and Sales Association (TMSA) and the former Senior Vice President, Acquisitions, XPO Logistics, Inc. Dick Metzler has over 25 years of experience in senior leadership roles within the transportation and logistics industry. He is presently the Chairman of the Transportation Marketing and Sales Association (TMSA), is on the board of Flash Global Logistics and M33 Integrated.

Mr. Metzler was the Senior Vice President of Acquisitions at XPO Logistics, where he led multiple acquisitions that generate nearly $100 million in revenue.

He was also the Chief Commercial Officer of Greatwide Logistics Services. Dick’s duties and responsibilities include Sales, Marketing, M&A and Strategy. He has also served as the interim business leader for three different businesses and led the centralization of the company’s key business functions.

Prior to joining Greatwide, Mr. Metzler was EVP of Marketing for DHL, where he launched the DHL brand in the USA and throughout The Americas. He was responsible for a $150 million marketing and communications budget and also had P&L responsibility for DHL Same Day ($50 million), DHL Logistics ($125 million) and DHL Canada ($300 million)

Mr. Metzler served as Chief Executive Officer for APL Logistics, a global 3rd party global logistics company where his team grew revenues from just over $400 million to over $800 million. He has also held senior management positions with GE Capital/TIP and TNT Express in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Dick started his career at FedEx where he held several senior positions in sales and marketing leadership within the USA, Europe and was the Vice President and General Manager of FedEx Logistics ($500 million P&L).

Patricia Moser

Patricia J. Moser, President i3 advantage, is recognized as one of the premier procurement and supply chain thought leaders and strategists in North America. She is known for quickly and accurately assessing a client situation and providing actionable and impactful strategies for implementation.

Patricia's insight is borne from her over 20 years senior level experience as a consultant and in corporate executive roles. She has a 360-degree understanding of the interrelationships required to realize successful outcomes. Her enviable track record of achievements in both her corporate executive roles and as a consultant, are in a diverse number of industries, including: banking, telecommunications, technology, retail, public sector, not-for-profit, manufacturing, consumer packaged goods and healthcare.

Her most recent corporate incarnations were as Vice President Supply Chain, Grand & Toy, Chief Procurement Officer, Rogers Communications and Vice President, Procurement Business Services, EDS (Canada, Global Automotive, US Federal Government).

Patricia has been widely profiled, quoted and/or written for numerous publications including Fortune, HR Executive, MBE, CPO Agenda, Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine, Purchasing B2B and MM&D. She has presented across North America on leading edge approaches to business issues and participated in multiple executive roundtable events.

She is also an award-winning author having co-written the book 1 Piece of Advice: Exceptional women from around the globe inspire you to unlock your potential. (www.1pieceofadvice.com)

She holds an MBA from Concordia University, a BSc in Chemistry and a BSc in Psychology from McMaster University.

Loray D. Mosher, PhD

Loray D. Mosher, PhD, Assistant Director at the Supply Chain Management Research Center (SCMRC), in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas. Prior to working with the SCMRC, Dr. Mosher spent time as a Counselor, a Vice Principal, a University professor, as well as concurrently running a small business. She is also the founder and Executive Director of the 5013(c) Corporation Global Education Foundation. Her commitment to matters related to diversity and inclusion are such that she went on to obtain a Doctoral Degree in Leadership for Educational Justice in 2010. Though her originating lens is education related, her contributions to the world of business leadership are exemplary.

Andrew Paul

Andrew Paul is Head of Commercial (Sales & Marketing) for DHL Express Canada. Paul started his career with DHL Express here in Canada in 2002, where he gained valuable experience as General Manager for Sales and Operations in Ontario.

In January of 2009, he moved with his family to Dubai to start a new chapter in his career as Head of Global Customers, DHL Express, United Arab Emirates. This move allowed Paul to gain extensive international experience in Middle East, Africa and South East Asia. Paul successfully launched new commercial programs that helped increase the United Arab Emirates market share by delivering profitable new business growth for the region.

Paul has enjoyed success in each challenge he has accepted within DHL. As Head of Commercial, he brings 20 years of global expertise and international knowledge to the Canadian market.

Prior to joining DHL, Paul worked in the Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing Industries.

Paul holds a Bachelor of Administration Degree from the University of Western Ontario, where he majored in Business.

Nikhil Sathe

Nikhil Sathe, Strategic Advisor to Genpro, a fast emerging and non-asset 3PL and Senior Advisor, G2 Capital Advisors, is known for his 3PL Industry expertise, brings over 26 years of international and C-level experience in the transportation and logistics industry. Nikhil has been CFO of Kelron Logistics (currently known as XPO Logistics Canada) for over 11 years. Prior to Kelron Nikhil has had long tenure in Sub Saharan Africa with diverse Multinational Companies. Nikhil brings expertise and proven track record of business turnarounds, M & A and strong P & L Management. Nikhil is known for his knowledge capital in the 3PL industry and is a regular speaker at recognized industry associations such as Eye for Transport (EFT), Transportation Logistics Council (TLC), Logistics Quarterly (LQ) and Supply Chain and Logistics Canada (SCL) on State of the Industry, Risk Management and Mergers and Acquisitions.

Nikhil is a member of Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), Association for Corporate Growth-Toronto Chapter (ACG); American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA); Indian Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAI) and Finance Executives International (FEI), Canada. In March 2013 Nikhil assumed the role of Strategic and Management Consultant of Genpro Inc., a New Jersey based 3PL to improve their strategic, operational and economic performance.

Tom Schmitt

Tom Schmitt, As the President, CEO and Director of AquaTerra Corporation, Mr. Schmitt leads a Canadian company that dates back to 1882, established as the Laurentian Water Company in Montreal. Mr. Schmitt also serves as a director on the Board of Zooplus, the leading e-commerce based provider of pet foods and supplies in Europe and is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Mr. Schmitt is also the former President and Chief Executive Officer of Purolator, (between September 2010 and May of 2012) Canada’s leading parcel and freight transportation company with 12,000 employees, and one of Canada's most recognized brands. Mr. Schmitt was responsible for the development and implementation of Purolator's long-term strategy as well as running the day-to-day business of the company. Prior to joining Purolator, Mr. Schmitt spent 12 years at FedEx where he held several executive roles of increasing responsibility. Mr. Schmitt co-authored a book, Simple Solutions, in which he shares details about his approach to management and leadership. Mr. Schmitt graduated with first class honours from Middlesex University in the United Kingdom, and he later earned an MBA at the Harvard Business School, where he graduated as a Baker Scholar at the top of his class.

Nicholas Seiersen

Nicholas Seiersen, B.Sc. (Hons.), M.B.A., P. Log., LQ Executive Editor. Nicholas Seiersen, B.Sc. (Hons.), M.B.A., P. Log., LQ Executive Editor, is the Corporate Supply Chain Manager of Poland-based KGMH's International operations. He is responsible for the Supply Chain of the Copper mines in: Sudbury (Ontario), Nevada (USA), and Chile, as well as the new mine projects. He is based at the company's corporate operations in Toronto, Canada.

KGHM International operates mines in Canada, the USA and Chile and is currently constructing the Sierra Gorda copper-molybdenum project in Chile and actively progressing its Victoria project, the newest discovery in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.

Yadwinder Pal Singh

Yadwinder Pal Singh, is a Process Manager at GENCO, AGI Richmond. Yadwinder (Yad) utilizes Lean techniques and principles in order to identify and implement process improvement and cost reduction projects. Yadwinder’s key responsibilities include process control, waste reduction, establishing metrics/benchmarks, monitoring results and managing projects through the research, planning and implementation stages. Yadwinder is also responsible for engaging the team in Lean culture through VSM, 5S and Kaizen events.

Previously, Yadwinder was a Process Supervisor at the GENCO AGI Richmond Facility. In this position, Yadwinder developed and implemented LMS (Labor Management System) for tracking productivity at Facility, Department and Individual level. In addition to that, Yadwinder implemented various process improvement projects involving system automation; batch processing, defect control and standardization. Before joining GENCO, Yadwinder worked for Honda Cars India Limited which specializes in the manufacture and assembly of various car models. As a Trainee in the Quality Control Group, Yadwinder was involved in Process Study, ISO 9001 compliance audit, improvement in noise judgment, and cost reduction in road tests. Yadwinder received his bachelor's degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Punjabi University, India.

Dr. Yossi Sheffi

Dr. Yossi Sheffiis a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he serves as Director of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL). He is an expert in systems optimization, risk analysis, and supply chain management, which are the subjects he teaches and researches at MIT. He is the author of many scientific publications and three books: Urban Transportation Networks: Equilibrium Analysis with Mathematical Programming Methods (Prentice Hall, 1985); The Resilient Enterprise: Overcoming Vulnerability for Competitive Advantage (MIT Press, 2005); Logistics Clusters: Delivering Value and Driving Growth (MIT Press, 2012).

Under his leadership, CTL launched many new educational, research, and industry/government outreach programs, leading to substantial growth. He is the founder and the Director of MIT's Master of Supply Chain Management degree. He also led the international expansion of CTL by launching the Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence (SCALE) global network of academic centers of education and research. The network includes centers modeled after CTL in Zaragoza, Spain; Bogota, Colombia; and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. From 2007 to 2011 he served as the Director of the MIT Engineering Systems Division, where he set a strategy, revamped the PhD program, and set the division for future growth.

Outside the university Professor Sheffi has consulted with governments and leading manufacturing, retail and transportation enterprises all over the world. He is also an active entrepreneur, having founded and co-founded five successful companies:

  • Princeton Transportation Consulting Group Inc.
  • LogiCorp Inc.
  • e-Chemicals Inc.
  • Syncra Inc.
  • Logistics.com Inc.

Dr. Sheffi was recognized in numerous ways in academic and industry forums and was on the cover of Purchasing Magazine and Transportation and Distribution Magazine. In 1997 he won the most prestigious recognition given by the Council of Logistics Management—the Distinguished Service Award. In 2006 he won the Aragón International Prize. In 2010 he became an honorary Doctor (Doctor Honoris Causa) of the University of Zaragoza in Spain and in 2011 he was awarded the Salzberg Medal and Award for "outstanding leadership and innovations in Supply Chain management" by the University of Syracuse. He is also a life fellow of Cambridge University's Clare Hall College. He obtained his B.Sc. from the Technion in Israel in 1975, his S.M. from MIT in 1977, and Ph.D. from MIT in 1978. He now resides in Boston, Massachusetts.

Maria Thomas

Maria Thomas, Vice President, Distribution Operations, UPS (Burlington, ON): In January, 2011, Maria assumed the responsibility of Area Manager for the Burlington Campus operation. She was promoted to Vice President earlier this year assuming responsibility for 5 facilities in the Burlington and Oakville areas, managing a portfolio of 40+ customers across Hi Tech, Retail and Healthcare Sectors. In this role she directs activities associated with warehousing and fulfillment operations as well as Customer Care activities with a staff of 400 employees.

Maria began her career at UPS in 2006, as a Program Manager supporting a portfolio of customers in the high tech sector. She then assumed additional responsibilities managing a team of specialists and program managers for all SPL customers in Canada.

Maria was the WLD coordinator for the Canadian District, appointed in 2009 through to early 2011.

Prior to joining UPS, Maria worked in the Canadian banking industry, Royal Bank of Canada and Moneris Solutions for 17 years. She held a number of different roles, from operations, product development, planning and implementation and compliance.

Maria received a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in English and minor in French studies from the University of Toronto in 1989. She lives in Oakville with her children a 16 year old daughter, 13 year old son and husband of 19 years.

Gene Tyndall

Gene Tyndall, Executive Vice President, Global Supply Chain Solution, Tompkins International: Mr. Tyndall has 30 years of experience in consulting with multinational corporations as well as serving as a President of a FORTUNE 500 business unit. He has provided business advice to global companies in most industry sectors, including: consumer products and electronics, retail, pharma/medical, automotive, and industrial. In addition, he has served on four boards of directors.

Gene was formerly President of Ryder Global Logistics, a $1.5 billion business, serving hundreds of client companies worldwide. Prior to that, he was a Senior Partner and leader of the Ernst & Young Global Supply Chain Consulting Practice (now CapGemini), where he helped develop that business to one of the world’s largest. He speaks regularly at global conferences and has provided numerous corporate seminars. He has co-authored four books, including Supercharging Supply Chains. Gene has authored numerous articles in magazines such as CEO, CFO, CMO, CIO, Purchasing, and Automotive Logistics and has been interviewed by international media outlets, such as the WSJ and Financial Times. He developed the Guidelines for Managing the Total Costs of Global Supply Chains for the Institute of Management Accountants. In recognition of his global contributions, he was awarded “Global Logistics Person of the Year 2007″ by the Global Institute of Logistics and was elected into its Hall of Fame. InformationWeek also recognized him as “Innovator of the Year” 2002.

Ellen Voie

Ellen Voie, is the President and CEO of Women In Trucking and founded the Women In Trucking Association in March 2007. Women In Trucking was formed to pro- mote the employment of women in the trucking industry, to remove obstacles that might keep them from succeeding, and to celebrate the successes of its members. Voie’s prior role was the manager of retention and recruiting programs at Schneider National, Inc., North America’s largest truckload carrier. In March 2010, Voie was elected to serve as president of Mensa of Wisconsin and she also serves on the board of directors for the Mensa of Wisconsin Foundation. In 2008, Voie was nominated to the board of directors of Transport for Christ International, which she continues to serve. In 2010, Voie was elected to the role of vice chairperson. She also serves on the board of Driving's Cool.

Kevin Wrenn

Kevin Wrenn, Senior Vice President, Platform Products Group, Fujitsu America: Kevin has been with Fujitsu since 1998 and was most recently named Senior Vice President PC Business for Fujitsu America, in April 2010, following a reorganization designed to integrate and align the PC business to meet industry challenges head-on. Previously, Mr. Wrenn held a number of executive positions including Senior Vice President of PC Business & Operations in 2007, Senior Vice President Operations & Quality. In 2000, he was named Vice President of Operations for Fujitsu PC Corporation. In his new role, Mr. Wrenn leads the mobile PC business unit. Efficient supply chain management is critical to success in the low-margin PC business, and Mr. Wrenn's expertise in supply chain management and quality puts him in an ideal position to oversee the expanded PC business supply chain encompassing end-to-end operations, including business planning and product marketing. With over 20 years experience in high-technology industries, Mr. Wrenn is driving performance in the organization to new highs and continuously strengthening the company.

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