CELDi Spring 2020 IAB Meeting & Research Symposium

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CELDi Spring 2020 IAB Meeting & Research Symposium

Join Us Virtually!

April 1, 2020

As everyone continues to monitor the developing situation with COVID-19,
CELDi has made the decision to conduct our upcoming
Annual Spring Industrial Advisory Board Meeting and Research Symposium, virtually.
Please join us for what will surely be an interesting new way for us to meet!


Event Registration

Keynote Speakers…

Tim Murnin
Director, Supply Chain Strategy & Operations, Boeing

photo of Tim MurninTim Murnin has been with Boeing for the past 13.5 years in various supply chain roles. Currently serving as  Director of Supply Chain Strategy and Operations, Tim develops overall supply chain strategy for defense business of global aerospace corporation. Responsible for setting program supply chain strategies, category management, supply chain risk management, performance metrics, supply chain analytics, and supply chain planning. Tim received his BS, Business Administration from Saint Louis University, his MS, Applied Intelligence from Georgetown University, and his MBA from Harvard Business School.

Grant Taylor
Vice President, Logistics, North America at Schneider Electric

photo of Grant TaylorGrant is a high caliber senior executive with over 20 years’ experience leading network operations in supply chain logistics throughout Australasia and Asia. Grant has been with Schneider Electric for the past six years. The first four years he served as Director, Logistics Operations, Pacific Zone leading ten distribution centers, procurement and inventory operation across the Pacific Zone (Australia and New Zealand). He is currently the Vice President Logistics, North America, part of the North America Global Supply Chain Organization. Grant also spent over ten years working in logistics internationally with DHL Express Hong Kong, Singapore, India and Australia. Grant received his MBA in 2002 at Henley Management College.