Board of Directors

Chairman
Theodore Stank
Bruce Chair & Professor Supply Chain Management
University of Tennessee
Theodore (Ted) P. Stank, Bruce Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at The University of Tennessee (UT) was elected to the office of Chair. Dr. Stank assumed the Bruce Chair following nearly six years in administration as department head for marketing and logistics, associate dean for academic programs, and associate dean of the Center for Executive Education. Prior to his roles at UT, he worked for Michigan State University, Iowa State University, and the University of Texas at El Paso.
Chair Elect
Kevin Smith
President & CEO
Sustainable Supply Chain Consulting
Kevin F. Smith, president and chief executive officer, Sustainable Supply Chain Consulting, was elected to the office of Board Chair Elect. Previously, he served as senior vice president and corporate sustainability officer for CVS Caremark where he was responsible for developing and implementing an environmental sustainability program for the entire CVS Caremark enterprise. Prior to this, he was senior vice president of supply chain and logistics for CVS/pharmacy, the retail arm of CVS Caremark.
Vice Chair
Mary Long
VP Logistics & Network Planning
Domino's
Mary C. Long, vice president logistics and network planning, Domino's Pizza, LLC, was elected to the office of Board Vice Chair. She leads the International Corporate Supply Chain, Global Equipment and Supply, Engineering, Supply Chain Systems, and Logistics teams responsible for creating innovations that produce top- and bottom-line results. Prior to joining Domino's, she served in various supply chain roles for Campbell's Soup, General Mills, Pillsbury, and Quaker Oaks/Gatorade.
Secretary and Treasurer
Remko Van Hoek
SVP Sourcing & Procurement
The Walt Disney Company
Remko van Hoek was elected to the office of Secretary and Treasurer. He will be joining the Walt Disney Company this week as its senior vice president sourcing and procurement. Prior to this, he was the global procurement director at PwC, and has held chief procurement officer roles in two other organizations. In addition, he is a visiting professor of supply chain management at the Cranfield School of Management in the UK, and member of five editorial advisory boards of international journals. He coauthored the book Logistics Management and Strategy, which is now in its 5th edition and has been translated into seven languages.
Immediate Past Chair
Heather Sheehan
Advisor - Sourcing & Logistics
Danaher Corporation
Heather L. Sheehan, vice president, indirect sourcing and logistics, Danaher Corporation, was named to the office of Immediate Past Chair. In her current position at Danaher, she has global responsibility for non-production and logistics procurement, strategy, and implementation across the company's 45 operating companies. Her career experience spans more than 25 years in the manufacturing and transportation industries. Prior to joining Danaher in 2002, she held various leadership positions in procurement, logistics, and marketing with Honeywell, Union Pacific Railroad, and NCR Corporation.
Mark Baxa
Roundtable Chair
Monsanto
Vice President, Global Procurement Strategy
Michael D'Angelo
Young Professionals Committee Chair
Volkswagen Group of America
Manager of Port Operations
Stanley Griffis
Academic Strategies Chair
Michigan State University
Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management
Brian Hancock
Member at Large - Life Cycle Focus
Kansas City Southern Railroad
EVP Chief of Marketing
Chris Moberg
Certification Chair
Ohio University
Associate Dean, College of Business
Kevin O'Meara
Program Committee Chair
Interline Brands, Inc.
Senior Vice President
Eric Peltz
Mem. at Large - Academic & Research Strategies Transition
RAND Corporation
Associate Director, National Security Research Div
Timothy Stratman
Member at Large - Talent Development
Stratman Partners Executive Coaching, Inc.
President
Morgan Swink
Research Strategies Chair
Texas Christian University (TCU)
Professor

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