• CSCMP & University of Tennessee Present: Empowering Women in Supply Chain Webinar

    Welcome to CSCMP!  CSCMP membership provides access to the CSCMP community, tools, and resources that today’s supply chain professionals need to lead through the challenges ahead.

    Membership provides access to member-only webinars and discussions, opportunities to connect with local peers through our roundtable communities, preferred pricing on our annual conference, EDGE, training events, and professional certifications, and access to research like the newly published EPIC Global Supply Chain Risk Report and CSCMP’s Annual State of Logistics Report®.

    We at CSCMP believe it is our duty to support our supply chain community in any way we can. COVID-19 is going to change logistics forever, and the brilliant professionals that will be called upon to solve increasing direct-to-consumer, last-mile, risk mitigation challenges will need access to a premier community devoted to supply chain leadership and excellence.

    Empowering Women In Supply Chain Webinar

    Women make up 40 percent of the workforce in supply chain management, contributing unique skills, experiences, and ideas that can enhance a company’s strategy and insights. While women throughout their careers face a number of challenges, this panel is predominantly comprised of young females in the early years of their careers. Passionate about advocating for and empowering women in supply chain, they will engage in a discussion about how to provide stronger and more confident communities for women in supply chain and, ultimately, fostering better working environments with more diverse organizational leadership.


    Mary Long, Director, Supply Chain Forum, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

    Caroline Jones, Senior studying Supply Chain Management at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    Claire O’Steen, Graduate student at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, studying in the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program.
    Cassidy Hunsucker, Global Demand Manager with Elo Touch Solutions, graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in 2014, and pursuing her Master of Science in Supply Chain Management at the University of Tennessee

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