Mark Your Calendars! Fall 2016 Global Supply Chain workshop
The COES Prebusiness Office is excited to announce this new two-day alumni-led workshop designed to help you acquire hands-on experience in understanding how a global supply chain gets things made and delivered to where customers are. It is a great opportunity to connect with alumni and learn about the cycle of everything we wear, eat, drive, and consume. The alumni below offer different perspectives meaning you will also be exposed to the political, cultural, and ethical issues inherent in managing a global supply chain.
The Global Supply Chain workshop will be two days held over fall break and is open to all majors/class years.
Program Dates: Monday & Tuesday, October 10 & 11, 2016
Online Registration Deadline: Thursday, September 29, 2016 by 11:59PM
This new workshop counts towards the business workshops milestone for the COES Professional Certificate Program. And Yes! We said alumni-led. Below are the alumni that you will have a chance to network with and learn from:
(Left) William Liesman ’72 is an International Business Consultant for Liesman Consulting in Winchester, California.
(Center Left) Peter Mondani ’79 is the Senior Human Resources leader-Global Risk Management at General Electric Co. He is responsible for financial leadership development and human resources for over 16,000 finance employees from entry level through senior executives. He is also part of the The Holy Cross Gridiron Club Leadership Council.
(Center Right) Ted Pidcock ’88 is the founder and manager an apparel company, Chillybears. He also developed and sold a multi-location retail concept called Custom Caps as well as developed Teddy the Dog which is distributed in the US and Canada.
(Right) Cynthia White ’95 is the President & Lead Consultant at the Ceatro Group. The Ceatro Group is one of the leading research and consulting firms. For more than 17 years she has been helping organizations achieve greater results internally and externally. She has consulting and research experience in North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Latin America, and Africa.