Executive Briefings

Supply Chain Women's Group Sets Symposium April 27-29

The women's leadership organization AWESOME (Achieving Women's Excellence in Supply Chain, Operations, Management and Education) is inviting senior women leaders in supply chain to participate in the organization's fourth annual symposium, taking place April 27-29 in Portland, Ore.

This year’s symposium, "Creating an AWESOME Future – Challenge, Innovate, Lead" adds several new dimensions to the event's signature elements, which include networking receptions, panel discussions by senior supply chain leaders – both male and female – and by C-suite leaders from other industries, as well as "Up-Close Conversations" with two highly accomplished executives.

"Members of our AWESOME network are women in supply chain who have outperformed expectations in a traditionally male profession and raised their expertise and influence to a new level," said Ann Drake, founder of AWESOME and CEO of DSC Logistics. "Through AWESOME, they are building connections with each other and focusing on ways to expand their positive impact on the industry, their companies, their peers, and the future generation of supply chain leaders."

Source: AWESOME

This year’s symposium, "Creating an AWESOME Future – Challenge, Innovate, Lead" adds several new dimensions to the event's signature elements, which include networking receptions, panel discussions by senior supply chain leaders – both male and female – and by C-suite leaders from other industries, as well as "Up-Close Conversations" with two highly accomplished executives.

"Members of our AWESOME network are women in supply chain who have outperformed expectations in a traditionally male profession and raised their expertise and influence to a new level," said Ann Drake, founder of AWESOME and CEO of DSC Logistics. "Through AWESOME, they are building connections with each other and focusing on ways to expand their positive impact on the industry, their companies, their peers, and the future generation of supply chain leaders."

Source: AWESOME