Networking Event Celebrates Alumni Working in Supply Chain Management
Schulich recently hosted its 2nd annual networking event for Schulich alumni working in supply chain management. The event which was hosted at Schulich, welcomed alumni, faculty, and industry guests for a day of discussion, educational sessions, and networking.
The day included an alumni industry panel on the critical challenges facing supply chain managers, an interactive workshop on supply chain sustainability presented by Schulich’s Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) Accelerator Lab, and a keynote leadership panel on A.I.’s impacts on supply chain analytics. The keynote panel featured speakers, Zaman Forootan, Global Practice Leader for AI, Hatch; Divinus Oppong-Tawiah, Assistant Professor, Schulich School of Business; and Andrea Ruotolo, Global Head, Customer Sustainability / ESG, Rockwell Automation. For a full list of presenters, please see this page.
The event was organized by the George Weston Ltd. Centre for Sustainable Supply Chains in collaboration with Schulich’s Office of Advancement and Alumni Engagement, and the Schulich Supply Chain Alumni Association (SSCAA).
“The George Weston Ltd. Centre is proud to support our growing alumni community. This year’s event provided alumni with the opportunity to learn from each other, and to share insights on critical challenges including the sustainability and digital transformation of supply chains. It was a personal pleasure to re-connect with a diverse group of alumni across Schulich’s programs,” said David Johnston, Research Chair & Director, George Weston Ltd. Centre for Sustainable Supply Chains.
To view photos from the event, please click here.
The Schulich Supply Chain Alumni Association (SSCAA) invites members of the Schulich community to get involved in future events. There is no cost to become a member and benefits include expanding your professional network, participating in networking events, and staying engaged with the Schulich community. To sign up for a free SSCAA membership, visit this page.[Photo credit: Dhara Joshi]