Women in Supply Chain

Erika Swan

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Erika Swan has one piece of advice for young women pursuing careers in supply chain: “Don’t be shy, and don’t hold back,” she says. “I… Read More »Erika Swan

Helen Davis

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Helen Davis makes it her business to bring more women into roles in supply chain at Coca-Cola. “It’s a great time to be a woman… Read More »Helen Davis

Helle Skov

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Helle Skov has a PhD in molecular biology and joined ALK AbellÏŒ, a world leader in allergy prevention, diagnosis and treatment, as a member of… Read More »Helle Skov

Hilary Scott

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“If I had to describe myself today, I’d probably say I’m an engineer who has made a transition into procurement and supply chain,” says Hilary… Read More »Hilary Scott

Ivanka Janssen

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On International Women’s Day, Ivanka Janssen, together with Supply Chain Media, will launch the ‘Women in Supply Chain Management Executive Club’, with a roster of… Read More »Ivanka Janssen

Jennifer Wang

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Five years ago, Jennifer Wang joined Watson Pharmaceuticals as an executive director of global supply planning, with little idea of the rollercoaster journey she was… Read More »Jennifer Wang

Kathleen Farley

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Kathleen Farley has a few pieces of advice for young people starting out on supply chain careers. Originally published March 2017 First of all, Farley,… Read More »Kathleen Farley

Nicola Mason

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There are not enough women working in senior roles in supply chain, says Nicola Mason, remembering a conference she attended recently where less than a… Read More »Nicola Mason

Sue Nock

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A 25-year P&G veteran, Sue Nock joined Coty in October 2016 with the completion of the merger between Coty and P&G Specialty Beauty, which created… Read More »Sue Nock