CSCMP's SoCal Roundtable will be holding its Seventh Annual Women (and Men) Leaders in Supply Chain on December 5th at The Grand www.thegrandlb.com conference facility in Long Beach, CA.
Our speakers represent an excellent cross section of expertise, business models and experience. We will explore career strategies for both Women and Men, touching on education, mentorship, workplace bias and how to sustain an upward personal achievement trajectory.
The Leaders presentation will be followed by scholarship awards to college students pursuing a career in the Supply Chain field. CSCMP SoCal Roundtable will award $20,000 in scholarships.
This year, our featured leaders will include the following:
Santos Bugarin – Group Manager North American Parts Center California for https://www.toyota.com/usa/. Mr. Bugarin was recently promoted to the executive team for Toyota Parts USA. He is active with CSULB’s Operations and Supply Chain Management Advisory Board. Degree: BS in Business Administration. https://www.linkedin.com/in/santos-bugarin-7a848a2b/
Emily Feliton – Director of Sales for www.nfiindustries.com and previously held positions at Weber Logistics and C.H. Robinson. Ms. Feliton is based in Denver and was awarded CSCMP’s prestigious Dave Evans Award as an up and coming student in 2017. Degrees: BA Business Arizona State University, Masters Degree Global Supply Chain Management University of Southern California. https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-feliton-a514985b/
Lucia Pinheiro – Area CEO for USA West Coast and Canada www.Damco.com. Her background includes global assignments in Dubai and Singapore with Damco, Maersk and Exel Logistics. Ms Pinheiro has entrepreneurial experience, having founded a logistics training company. Degrees: BA Business Administration at the University of Western Ontario, MBA California State University Hayward. https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucia-pinheiro-226508/
Grace Woo – Director Supply Chain Strategy for www.McCormick.com, a global leader in flavor ingredients. Ms. Woo’s mission is to help people thrive in a digital future including all types of people, robots and technology. She has a strong track record in supply chain transformation and has been published in CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly. Degrees: BS Economics London School of Economics, Master of City Planning/Economic Development UC Berkeley, Program of Leadership Development Harvard University. https://www.linkedin.com/in/gracehwoo
A sumptuous reception with great food will follow, so plan to stick around to network with panelists, award winners and other professionals!
Young Professional Member $37.50
Student Member $18.75