Johnson & Johnson, Ann Drake and Alyson Weber ’20 honored with Salzberg Medallion
The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University’s H.H. Franklin Center for Supply Chain Management hosted its annual Salzberg Memorial Lecture Program Oct. 17, at the Whitman School’s Helaine and Marvin Lender Auditorium.
Established in 1949, the annual Salzberg event, which celebrates its 70th anniversary in 2019, is a central component of Whitman School’s Franklin Center, which is consistently recognized as one of the best supply chain management programs in the country by top publications and organizations. During the event, industry executives from leading corporations shared insights into trends, advancements and innovation in the fields of supply chain management, transportation and logistics. This year, faculty and alumni from years past attended in celebration of the anniversary. Highlights for the day included:
FRANKLIN CAR HISTORICAL EXHIBIT
A historical exhibit, courtesy of the Onondaga Historical Association, was on display on the concourse level of the Whitman School building.
SALZBERG AWARD PRESENTATIONS
Johnson & Johnson Supply Chain was recognized for supply chain excellence. Kathryn E. Wengel, executive vice president and chief global supply chain officer, accepted the award on behalf of the company.
Ann Drake, chair of the DSC Logistics Advisory Board, was honored for her lifetime of achievement.
Alyson Weber ’20 was awarded the Zinsmeister Prize for being an outstanding supply chain management student.
PANEL ON DISASTER/HUMANITARIAN LOGISTICS: DOMESTIC US AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
Moderator: Dara J. Royer SVP, chief marketing & communications officer, Syracuse University
Shaun Mickus, global director, social business practices, Global Community Impact team, Johnson & Johnson
Kathy Fulton, executive director, American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN)
Andrew Dunn, associate director, gifts-in-kind process mgmt. & emergency response, supply chain, Americares
SUPPLY CHAINS MAKE OR BREAK COMPANY STRATEGIES
Michael Dominy ’90, chairman, Supply Chain Content Leadership Board, Gartner
CLOSING KEYNOTE: “USING TECHNOLOGY TO HELP SHIPPERS BUILD WORLD-CLASS LOGISTICS”
Mike Neill, chief technology officer, CHRobinson
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