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Meet 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars

ThomasNet and Institute for Supply Management have announced the winners of their first "30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars" Recognition Program, a jointly sponsored initiative to advance the future of the supply chain profession. The winners, aged 30 or younger, were recognized for making significant contributions to their organizations.

Meet 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars

In May 2014, ThomasNet and ISM launched the “30 under 30” program to generate awareness among millennials (age 18-32) about the rewards of a supply chain career. The program spotlights those professionals whose initiative, collaboration, innovation, and/or leadership are impacting this sector. Those who were chosen have already demonstrated accomplishments far beyond their years of experience, according to Mark Holst-Knudsen, President of ThomasNet.

“Having exceptional people in supply chain positions is critical to the health and vitality of individual businesses, and the strength of our economy,” says Holst-Knudsen. “These rising stars are making significant contributions to their organizations every day—saving them millions of dollars while improving their performance,”

The winners include:

Nicholas Ammaturo, Hudson’s Bay Company, New York, NY

Natalie Andrasko, ConAgra Foods Inc., St. Louis, MO

Alejandra Baptista, NuStar Energy, San Antonio,TX

Matthew Bauer, City of Mesa, Mesa, AZ

Stephanie Bedard, Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ

Jenna Benkula, Glanbia Foods, Twin Falls, ID

Paul Boyer, Genentech, Inc. (F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Ltd), South San Francisco, CA

Christina Butterworth, Halliburton, Houston, TX

Erica Canlas, Johnson & Johnson, Skillman, NJ

Robert Cassin, Ingredion Incorporated, Westchester, IL

Erin Clancy, Mars Chocolate, North America, Hackettstown, NJ

Brian Dean, General Dynamics C4 Systems, Scottsdale, AZ

Laura Dearborn Stearns, Cisco, San Jose, CA

Christina DeKoning, Northrop Grumman Systems Corp., San Diego, CA

Aubrey Edwards, CBRE, Dallas, TX

Leah Halvorson, Minneapolis Public Schools, Minneapolis, MN

Stephanie Kessler Thayer, Panera Bread, St. Louis, MO

Sarah Klemsz, The Boeing Company, Portland, OR

Andrew Lattof, Xcel Energy, Denver, CO

Kathryn Conrad Maynor, Shell Oil, Houston, TX

Ryan Mulcrone, DuPont, Wilmington, DE

Arun Raman, Caterpillar Inc., Peoria, IL

Thomas Raterman, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase,  MD

Tania Santiago-Mirabal, Millicom International Services, Coral Gables, FL

Amy Schwantner, CBS Corporation, New York, NY

Pamela Ton, Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation, El Segundo, CA

Maren von Platen, Bayer Health Care, Whippany, NJ

Jamie Walker, Lititz, PA

Wesley Whitney, Enterprise Products, Houston, TX

Jennifer Wolff, Masco Cabinetry, Ann Arbor, MI

For more information on this year’s winners, click here

Source: ThomasNet

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