LogiPharma 2017 US

October 04 - 06, 2017

Westin Philadelphia, PA

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Mike Douma
 Mike Douma 
Vice President, Supply Chain 
AbbVie, Inc
Mike Douma is Vice President, Supply Chain, AbbVie Operations. Mike leads a team responsible for third party manufacturing, planning, warehousing and distribution, including customer service and AbbVie’s Specialty Pharmacy.
Mike has held various manufacturing leadership positions with responsibilities in the United States, Latin America, Asia and Japan. After developing the Business Excellence strategy and organization, Mike spent three years in The Netherlands running Abbott’s Logistics Center. Mike returned to the United States in his current role as Vice President, Supply Chain, AbbVie Operations.
Mike earned his bachelor’s degree in Production and Operations Management from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, and an MBA from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.

Stuart Glickman
 Stuart Glickman 
Vice President, Global Logistics and External Supply 
Allergan, Inc.
Stuart Glickman, VP Global Logistics and Third Party Manufacturing
Stuart has spent 22 of the past 23 years with Allergan and predecessor companies in a variety of Operations roles, including Technical Services, Quality Assurance, Packaging, Engineering, Logistics, Plant Management, and TPM Operations.  Key accomplishments include two site shutdowns, distribution consolidations resulting in annual savings of over $20M, and  successful Logistics / Operations integration of eight companies since 2012.  Stuart holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University and an MBA from the University of Maryland.  Stuart is married with two children.

Jen Wang
 Jen Wang 
Vice President, Global Planning 
Allergan, Inc.
Jen  is Vice President, Global Planning with global responsibility for supply and demand planning, S&OP, and inventory optimization.  Jen has been involved in integration of Allergan, Forest, Warner Chilcott, and Actavis in her 5 years with the company and led the deployment of Global S&OP process.  Prior to that, Jen was with Johnson & Johnson for 10 years in Consumer Products and Pharmaceutical sectors in both NJ and the Bay Area.  She had a variety of leadership roles including commercialization of an innovative combination drug device, new product project management, and supply chain planning. She also worked for 5 years in the high-tech industry in the Bay Area in operational roles.

Jen has a BSE in Operations Research from Princeton University and an MBA from Harvard University.  She is married with 2 boys age 8 and 10.  As a native of Boston, she is a die-hard sports fan and in her spare time, she enjoys playing/sorting legos and coaching basketball.  

Tiffany Cavallaro
 Tiffany Cavallaro 
Director, Supply Chain 
Tiffany Cavallaro is Director of US Supply Chain at Amgen. In this role she oversees demand planning, supply planning, new product launches and life cycle management activities for finished goods distributed in the US market.

Tiffany has over 15 years of experience working in the pharmaceutical industry spanning various dimensions of the supply chain including vaccine manufacturing, clinical supply planning, Clinical ERP design and implementation, Clinical CMO manufacturing and commercial global product planning. 

 Joseph Barry 
Director, Supply Chain Operations 
Amicus Therapeutics
 Jason Cameron 
Vice President, Global Supply Chain 
Amicus Therapeutics
Mark Holder
 Mark Holder 
Executive Director, Regional Supply North America 
Mark is accountable for the leadership of the North American Demand Team responsible for the interface between Operations and the North American Commercial Organization managing the following key responsibilities:  
Directing demand management and demand validation efforts in North America and serve as Operations Demand Management Executive Business Owner
Ensuring account management and service through the Marketing Company Account Manager role
Drive coordination and collaboration with the AZ supply planning processes 
Aligning Commercial, GPPS and Operations strategies to maximize AZ supply chain value and customer service outcomes
Mark began his career as a commissioned Officer in the United States Navy, serving 7 years as a Surface Warfare Officer in three separate commands.  Upon his exit from the active duty Mark held positions in high-tech manufacturing and supply chain consulting before joining AstraZeneca in 2000.  He has worked in project management, US distribution and logistics, regional supply as a Supply Point Director, Formulation Process Execution Team (PET) lead, and finally in the global supply chain organization as a Global Supply Planner and currently as the Regional Supply Director for North America.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce and Engineering from Drexel University and a Master of Business Administration also from Drexel University.
On a more personal side Mark is married and has 3 daughters aged 17, 12, and 10.  He lives in Chadds Ford, PA.

Michael Jester
 Michael Jester 
Head of Supply Chain Capability, Global Supply Chain & Strategy 
Mike Jester is Head of Supply Chain Capability at AstraZeneca.  He leads teams responsible for Network Strategy, Supply Chain Analytics and Supply Chain Data Management.  Mike has been with AstraZeneca for 9 years in supply planning, operations strategy and new product launch roles primarily in the biologics division of AZ.  Prior to working at AstraZeneca, he worked 9 years primarily in management consulting with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Booz Allen Hamilton leading network optimization projects and advanced planning system implementations.
Mike has an MBA and a BS in Information Technology, both from the College of William and Mary.

Luiz Barberini
 Luiz Barberini 
Operations Manager - External Manufacturing Latin America Head 
MBA, mechanical engineer, CQE and APICS CPIM certified, with three post-graduations, has worked for more than 20 years in activities related to Supply Chain , Procurement and Logistics, and for few years had coordinated the dangerous goods’ transports’ comitee at ABIQUIM – Brazilian Chemical Industries Association.
Ford Motors Co., Rhône-Poulenc , British American Tobacco, Pfizer Laboratories, Takeda Pharmaceutical and Merck, Sharp & Dohme are some companies where he worked for and contributed adding value with his knowledgement  and experience .
Currently works as Operations Manager for Latin America External Manufaturing Operations , Consumer Care, at Bayer and teaches Negotiation and Demand Management for some major post graduation schools in São Paulo – Brazil.  

 Marisa Bookman 
Head of Commercial Supply Chain, North America 
Aaron Graham
 Aaron Graham 
Executive Director, Brand Safety & Security 
Boehringer Ingelheim
Aaron Graham is the Executive Director of Brand Safety & Security for Boehringer-Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals. Prior to his current assignment, he served in similar senior security roles with global responsibility at Pfizer, Apple and Purdue Pharma. Before transitioning to industry, Aaron began his federal law enforcement career as a Special Agent for the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), where he conducted international undercover investigations and served on the SWAT team. He subsequently served as a senior special agent and team leader for the FDA-Office of Criminal Investigations, directing undercover investigations targeting global prescription drug trafficking organizations involving counterfeit, unapproved and misbranded medicines.  

Aaron has briefed members of Federal and State legislative committees regarding the need for enhanced supply chain security regulations; presented global threat analysis and actionable intelligence regarding illicit Internet pharmacies to Interpol; testified in US and foreign criminal courts; appeared as an industry expert on NBC Dateline – “Bitter Pills,” National Geographic’s documentary “Illicit: The Dark Trade,” ABC World News Tonight, CNN, NPR, Business Week On-Line and in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, CIO Magazine, and Pharmaceutical Executive Magazine, among other newspapers and industry trade publications. 

Aaron has been honored to receive recognition and awards from various law enforcement agencies and private sector organizations. In March 2005, FBI LEEDA presented Aaron with their first-ever Innovator Award, acknowledging his leadership and exceptional contributions to the law enforcement community. In 2006, the American Police Hall of Fame presented Aaron with the Presidents National Medal of Patriotism. In March 2016, Aaron received PhRMA’s We Work for Health Champions Award. (For additional background: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aagraham) 

Marcelo Coutu
 Marcelo Coutu 
Director, Global Logistics Services 
Bristol Myers Squibb
Marcelo has 20 years experience in the health care and consumer/ high tech industries with Bristol-Myers Squibb and other Fortune 500 companies.  He has held management positions in the areas of logistics, operations, supply chain planning, customer service and international trade both in North and South America. His current role at BMS is Regional Director, Global Logistics Services responsible for distribution strategy, logistics compliance, 3PL management, best practices implementation and customer service.  Marcelo holds an MBA from Thunderbird, School of Global Management and a Certificate in Logistics Management from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Priya Durvasula
 Priya Durvasula 
Head of IT, Global Supply Chain 
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Priya has 18+ years of experience within Transportation Logistics, Medical Device and Pharmaceutical technology deployment.  She joined Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, ConvaTec division in 2001, as an IT Business Partner for Global Marketing, R&D and Quality systems.  She has held roles of increasing responsibilities as an IT Business Partner for several business areas, such as Medical Affairs, Manufacturing and Supply Chain, HR and Commercial. In 2008 she led the global IT transition as ConvaTec was divested from BMS and was part of the CIO leadership team at Convatec, Inc. from 2008-2012.  She then joined Merck in 2012 as manufacturing division SAP Program Director and was responsible for multiple analytics and process improvement initiatives.  She was a member of Merck’s Serialization and Track & Trace team. Presently, she is the Head, IT Business Partner for Global Supply Chain at BMS.  Her team is accountable for the strategy and planning of digital investments for Global Supply Chain, which includes, Logistics, Planning, Product Master Data and for the BMS Serialization program.   She is a published author in peer reviewed journals for Transportation and Network Optimization. 

Tom Scalone
 Tom Scalone 
Associate Director, Logistics Supply Chain 
Thomas Scalone has over 12 years experience in the pharmaceutical industry.  He currently leads US commercial insourced and outsourced distribution operations and inventory control for Celgene. He is also the business owner for US serialization with responsibility for US supply chain compliance. In his previous role, he lead consolidating and outsourcing MSD and Schering Plough distribution operations. He is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and CSCP certified.
Michael Orlowski
 Michael Orlowski 
Vice President, Supply Chain and Technical Operations 
Daiichi Sankyo, Inc

Mike Orlowski is the Vice President of Supply Chain and Technical Operations, accountable for making and delivering all current and future medicines to Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.’s customers.
With more than twenty years' experience in pharmaceutical supply chain, quality assurance, and finance, Mike has performed in a number of professional and leadership roles. Prior to joining Daiichi Sankyo in 2013, he was the global head of procurement and customer contracting for Aptuit, a pharmaceutical development company with operations in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Previously, he held positions of increasing supply chain responsibility at Mannkind, Cephalon, and AstraZeneca. During this time he was responsible for the successful launches of several new products, including megabrands.
Mike received his B.S. in Accounting from Syracuse University and his M.S. in Business Administration from Boston University. Mike is a certified management accountant.
After serving more than twenty years as an engineer officer, Mike retired from the U.S. Army and Army National Guard.  He held command, engineering and supply chain roles, and was stationed both in the U.S. and overseas.
Mike lives in Warwick, New York with his wife Bonnie. They have three grown children. Outside of work, Mike enjoys running and participating in outdoor activities with family and friends.

William Mosser
 William Mosser 
Vice President, Materials Management 
Bill Mosser is Vice President Supply Chain Services at Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. FMOLHS is comprised of five hospitals and many non-acute care entities with $600 million in annual supply and services spend. Prior to joining FMOLHS, Bill served in similar roles at Temple University Health System in Philadelphia, PA, and Lehigh Valley Health System in Allentown, PA. He has served in healthcare supply chain and information systems leadership and consulting roles for 25 years, with extensive involvement in EHCR, SMI, AHRMM, and other industry groups. He started his career and served 17 years in Information Systems and Supply Chain leadership roles at Mack Trucks, Inc.   
Jaideep Parekh
 Jaideep Parekh 
Director, Supply Chain 
Stephen Meyer
 Stephen Meyer 
Research Director 
Gartner, Inc.
Stephen Meyer is a Research Director in Gartner's Supply Chain group. Mr. Meyer joins Gartner with 19 years of experience in global Supply Chain Management roles in the Life Sciences, Chemical, and Retail industries. In his previous positions, he has had both functional and leadership responsibility for sourcing, procurement, planning/forecasting, operational excellence, warehousing, logistics, and transportation.
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Meyer worked for AngioDynamics, a medical device manufacturer headquartered in Albany, NY. At AngioDynamics, he led the Global Supply Chain department and was responsible for the purchasing, planning, warehouse, and distribution teams. Mr. Meyer has also held key roles in the Supply Chain organizations at Amazon.com, AMRI, C. R. Bard, and GE. He has significant experience with ERP implementation and configuration, sales and operations planning, statistical forecasting and its application to production/buying models, and service analytics.
Mr. Meyer holds a Master’s degree in Manufacturing and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, both from the University of Michigan. He is also a certified Six Sigma black belt. He was awarded a Graduate Fellowship from the UM Program in Manufacturing (now Tauber Institute).
Claire Pairaud
 Claire Pairaud 
Head, Sales and Operations Planning North America 
A Biochem Engineer by training, Claire spent 16 years in scientific instrument customer support and operations at Applied Biosystems (now ThermoFisher) before joining Genentech’s Contract Manufacturing (CMO) team in 2006. From 2006 to 2013, she led CMO Strategy, Operational Excellence, Business Process Management and Materials Management, working to integrate the external CMO network seamlessly with Genentech’s, then Roche’s internal networks of manufacturing sites.
For the last 3 years, Claire has led Sales and Operations for North America, ensuring supply of the entire portfolio of Roche medicines to the US and Canadian markets. In this position, Claire leads demand planning, replenishment coordination and S&OP, working in close collaboration with US Commercial Forecasting and Channel Operations teams.

Erica Olson
 Erica Olson 
Vice President, GMS Strategy and Business Development 
Erica Olson joined GlaxoSmithKline in 2000 and currently leads the Global Manufacturing & Supply Strategy, Core Commercial Cycle (S&OP), and Business Development.  Her previous experience includes leading shared services and key initiatives in logistics, planning, end-to-end design, analytics, research, benchmarking and talent development.  Under Erica’s leadership with a focus on people, organizational design, and process improvements she led a key initiative contributing to significant efficiencies and performance improvements. 
Athena Harrington
 Athena Harrington 
Senior Director, Global Supply Chain 
Illumina, Inc.
Ms Harrington has over 30 years of experience in operations, manufacturing, engineering, and supply chain across multiple industries.  During her 13 years in biotech and pharma, Ms. Harrington drove the start up of the supply chain for a pharmaceutical company, worked an engineer in facility start up, and managed a complex, high sku volume, FDA regulated biotech supply chain.  Ms. Harrington spent 5 years in the semi-conductor industry leading operations for a tier 1 supplier of ultra high purity chemicals.  Ms Harrington started her career serving our country as a Lieutenant in the US Navy.  At Illumina, Ms Harrington oversees supply chain operations and drives ERP and business process improvements.
George Donato
 George Donato 
Vice President, Global Supply Operations 
Iroko Pharmaceuticals
George Donato has 25 years of experience in developing and leading global integrated manufacturing, technical and supply chain teams.  He has extensive experience managing alliance and external supply relationships.   George has also developed and managed multiple cross-functional projects for both parenteral and solid dose drug product programs; successfully implemented quality by design processes resulting in improved performance and first time BOH approval and optimal supply chain network solutions to maximize cycle time and minimize cost.  He has successful scaled up and launched several well-known new products globally for Iroko Pfizer and Wyeth throughout his career. George is adept at balancing regulatory, quality, technical, supply and commercial needs.

He earned his BA Degree in Engineering and his MBA at Widener University.   

Scott Chilson
 Scott Chilson 
Vice President, Customer Connectivity 
Johnson & Johnson
Scott Chilson currently serves as Vice President, Customer Connectivity, Customer and Logistics Services (CLS). In his role, Scott is responsible for developing the strategy and key programs to deliver outstanding performance in Johnson & Johnson’s customer experience.  He has accountability for our Global Customer Service strategy, Supply Chain Customer Collaboration models, and e-capability solutions, working closely with stakeholders in the Commercial and Supply Chain organizations.  He sits on the CLS Leadership team.

Most recently, Scott served as Vice President, Global Customer Management (CM) Strategy & Deployment, Janssen Supply Chain (JSC). In this capacity, Scott was responsible for JSC global strategy, end-to-end pharmaceutical supply chain strategy integration, and local market access strategy design and implementation across our global markets. His team was responsible for leading innovation for the Janssen Supply Chain with a focus on the innovation process and customer insights. He led a Customer Management team that is accountable for supply chain operational focus demand management and strategic alignment with our pharmaceutical commercial partners. In addition to his CM responsibilities, for over a year Scott led the Janssen Asia Pacific Supply Chain, including production plants.
Prior to his role in Janssen Supply Chain, Scott served as VP, Healthcare Policy, Managed Market Strategy & Contract Management for Janssen Pharmaceutical and held numbers senior level roles in Ortho-McNeil Janssen Pharmaceuticals and Aventis Pharmaceuticals. His leadership extended across sales, account management, strategic customer marketing, brand management, supply chain, and strategy & deployment disciplines.

Scott is an experienced, strategic leader with more than 25 years in the pharmaceutical industry.  Scott joined Johnson & Johnson (J&J) in 2004 through the women’s health business of Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical, and he has held numerous senior-level roles since then including the Vice President of the Strategic Business Group (SBG) at Ortho-McNeil Janssen Pharmaceuticals (OMJPI) and member of the OMJPI Management Board. Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson in 2004, Scott spent 17 years with Sanofi-Aventis Pharmaceuticals in a variety of roles including field and institutional sales, sales management, national and regional account management, Strategic Customer Marketing and Brand Marketing.

Scott earned his BA in Economics from the Whitemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire. He lives in New Jersey, with his lovely wife and their three children.

Kevan MacKenzie
 Kevan MacKenzie 
Director, Serialization Technology 
Kevan MacKenzie is the Director, Serialization Technology in the Information Technology Group at McKesson Corporation. His responsibilities include McKesson’s initiatives in DSCSA, serialization, traceability, barcode identification and supply chain security. He works closely with the McKesson DC Operations Team and Corporate Government Affairs. Kevan holds an MBA from Auckland University, New Zealand.
Richard Codner
 Richard Codner 
Director, Distribution 
Merck & Co
Richard Codner is Executive Director of Distribution and Logistics for Europe at Merck & Co.
He is responsible for Merck's quota system in Europe, the first such system in pharma.
His various responsibilities included leading the Route to Customer initiative to create efficiencies in the end-to-end supply chain and to partner with wholesalers to develop revenue-enhancing services.  He has been at Merck for 18 years, previously serving as Finance Director at the subsidiary in Israel, and prior to that as Finance Director at 3M. Richard graduated from Brown University and received his MBA at USC in his native Los Angeles. Richard is a Certified Public Accountant with audit and tax experience at KPMG. He has presented at LogiPharma Europe for the last two years.

Tim Chamberlain
 Tim Chamberlain 
Senior Director, Business Technology 
Merck KGaA

Currently serving as the Business Technology (BT) Business Partner for Global Manufacturing, Supply and Quality for the EMD Serono business sector of the EMD group.  Previous responsibilities at EMD were as Head of Supply Chain technology and BT Business Partner for MilliporeSigma integrated operations.  Prior to joining EMD spent 20+ years with Merck & Co Inc. in various manufacturing technology and ERP roles.

Rakesh Shah
 Rakesh Shah 
Supply Chain Management Director 
Merck Serono
A Business Leader with nearly 3 decades of proven track record in driving Business Excellence and Profitability, by spearheading Commercial Operations, Supply Chain Management and Strategic functions. I am presently associated with Merck Ltd., as a Sub Regional Director-Supply Chain - APAC-Sub Region II, India & Frontier Market As a visionary leader, I have proven abilities in transitioning organizations into profit centers and streamlining the commercial framework. As an astute strategist and a tactician, I have demonstrated abilities in identifying opportunities for business growth and tapping them by crafting and executing competitive strategies. I am deft in performing competitive market analysis, forecasting the environmental trends, developing business metrics and models and providing tactical business solutions. I have extensive experience in handling the functions of Supply Chain Management, Strategic Management and Operations/commercial Management (end to end services) entailing Dealer Management, Procurement, Purchase, Vendor Management, Inventory Management, Strategic Planning, Logistics, Credit Control and Materials Management. I have demonstrated abilities in implementing global best practices, providing visionary leadership for ensuring flawless operations and effective people management. I am equally serving as a Knowledge partner - with Economic Times, Kamikaze (in the advisory board), Logi Pharma, Next Generation of Pharmaceuticals, SCM Pro and OPPI (Core member - Technical and SCM committee). Have contributed articles on Recent Trends and Practices in the field of Supply Chain Management in esteemed SCM Magazines. I have undertaken lectures for around 300 students of IIT Bombay on Supply Chain Management topics.
Robert Douglass
 Robert Douglass 
Formerly, Senior Strategic Sourcing Consultant 
Bob Douglass has over 40+ years of expertise in creating and leading global manufacturing , quality , and supply chain teams. He has major experience directing external supply relationships especially with consumer and pharmaceutical contract manufacturing and major chemical suppliers. Improving performance is a hall mark by maximizing customer service performance on both ends of the supply chain-supplier and customer. Having worked for both big pharma and small start ups, his core competency in FDA and regulatory issues gave him insight into the requirements for launching globally  many new products from solid dosage, liquid, and parenterals for some large pharma compaines like Merck(Schering Plough), Bristol Myers Squibb, and Kos/Abbott as well as start-ups like Triangle/Gilead. . He has also led global teams for Y2K as well as ERP systems implementation/upgrades.

He earned his BS Degree in Biology/Chemistry and a mini MBA from Northeastern University. 

Michael Trocchia
 Michael Trocchia 
Director, Supply Chain 
Mike started his career with Novartis in 1984 as a process engineer at the then Ciba-Geigy facility in Summit NJ.  
Mike then went on to manage all Commercial Manufacturing operations at the Summit site before the site was closed and operations moved to alternate Novartis facilities.
Mike then moved to the Suffern, NY site as head of Quality Management and Training where he laid the groundwork for the very successful LEAN manufacturing implementation at the plant.  
In 2001Mike moved to the Supply Chain Management organization at the East Hanover, NJ site.  His  role involved  Project management for the Supply Chain area for all new Product launches,  Production transfers,  and Life cycle management changes for the Novartis US pharmaceutical business.
Mike’s current role is a Project Manager in Global Supply Chain.
Mike has a BE degree in Chemical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.
Holds the APIC’s CPIM certification and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of NJ.  

Tom Obermeier
 Tom Obermeier 
Executive Director, Supply Chain Management 
Noven Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Tom Obermeier is the Executive Director – Supply Chain Management for Noven Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in Miami, Florida where he has spent over 20 years in positions of increasing responsibility.  In addition to Noven’s Global Supply Chain, he is charged with managing teams with responsibilities in the areas of DEA Compliance, Label & Package Design as well as Operations Project Management.
With Tom’s natural bias for action, his 35 years of supply chain and strategic sourcing experience has established his reputation for operational excellence, including the utilization of innovative strategies to improve the supply chain between business partners.  These accomplishments include implementation of management scorecards, leading product transfer teams, supporting the implementation of Team Base Manufacturing Design groups and ERP Business Systems modeling and implementation.  Tom also serves as a champion of Noven’s Lean Six Sigma Program.
He holds degrees in Computer Science and Business Management. 

Juan Fernando Forero
 Juan Fernando Forero 
Vice President, Network Supply Operations, Pfizer Innovative Health 
Pfizer, Inc.
Juan is the Supply Chain Leader Pfizer Innovative Health (PIH). Juan joined Pfizer in 1993 as a supervisor at the Cali, Colombia site and held several positions of increasing responsibility in manufacturing and materials management, including production planning and scheduling, customer service, new products/transfers, warehousing and distribution. In 2004, he relocated to New Jersey as Senior Supply Chain Manager, Latin America/Canada, supporting the Animal Health, Consumer and Pharmaceutical businesses. In 2007 he was named to the position of Value Stream Leader and in 2010 to he was leading the E2E program and API planning team. In 2013 he moved to a new role role as Supply Chain Leader Spec/Bio products and in 2015 after the new reorganization he took responsiblity for his previous role as Supply Chain Leader for the GIP portfolio. 

Juan holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad Javeriana and an M.B.A. from the Universidad ICESI, both in Cali. Juan resides in Mount Olive, New Jersey with his wife and two daughters.

Eric Moore
 Eric Moore 
Sr. Director Network Supply Operations 
Pfizer, Inc.
Eric heads Pfizer’s Supply Chain Performance organization and is primarily responsible for global inventory management & reporting as well as Pfizer’s Supply Chain Digitization strategy. Eric is a member of Pfizer’s Working Capital Optimization team. In his Supply Chain Digitization role, he is responsible for design, development, deployment & sustainment of next generation tools and processes to measure & drive continuous improvement of supply chain performance from raw material procurement through finished good delivery to customers. In addition, Eric heads a variety of platform services including Drug Shortage Reporting, Serialization Supply Chain Planning, Supply Chain Process & relevant master data governance. Previously Eric was head of Supply Chain Planning for Pfizer Essential Health.
Jeff Simmons
 Jeff Simmons 
Supply Chain Consultant 
Carl Accettura
 Carl Accettura 
Vice President, General Manager 
Pharmorx Therapeutics Inc.
Carl Accettura is the Vice President & General Manager for PharmoRx Therapeutics, Inc., an emergent company, engaged in early stage development of novel therapy for the central nervous system, including Treatment Resistant Depression and Parkinson’s Disease.
Carl has 30 years of BioPharma industry experience with both Big Pharma - Pfizer, Roche, BMS – and Emergent Pharma companies - Anesta, Cephalon, Kyowa Hakko Kirin, Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma America, Sunovion, and Braeburn Pharmaceuticals. 
Carl has held executive level (VP) positions in the areas of supply chain, new product development and operations. He has overseen the development of end-to-end supply chain strategies, operations, and product launches across the US, Europe and Asia. 
Carl successfully launched major branded drugs (Procardia XL, Diflucan, Norvasc, Zithromax, Zoloft, Cardura, Actiq and Latuda) globally. He did this by ensuring advanced commercial readiness through effective global and regional regulatory filings and approvals. He founded a consulting firm, Global Pharma Consulting, which was established to support small and medium-sized companies commercialize Rx products.
Carl’s prior role was Vice President, Supply Chain at Braeburn Pharmaceuticals, where he developed the virtual supply chain for commercial launch readiness of a novel opioid implant product. He championed a novel trace and trace solution with partner, Covectra, for Probuphine’s strategic positioning as the “safest in the market”. He also developed the virtual supply chains at Anesta Pharmaceuticals, Kyowa Pharmaceuticals, and Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma America.
Carl’s subject matter expertise in pharmaceutical new product launch and supply chain management makes him a sought after speaker.      He speaks each semester at the Cornell University Enterprise Engineering Seminar.
Carl earned a B.S. with distinction from Cornell University in Mechanical Engineering. He also holds a M.S. from University of Illinois and a M.B.A from the Stern School at New York University.

Charles Forsaith
 Charles Forsaith 
Director, Supply Chain Security 
Purdue Pharma Technologies
Arash Azadegan
 Arash Azadegan 
Associate Professor, Supply Chain Management 
Rutgers Business School
Arash Azadegan (PhD, W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University) is an Associate Professor at Rutgers Business School and the Director of Supply Chain Disruption Research Laboratory (SCDrl). Dr. Azadegan has over a decade of industrial experience with Fortune 100 companies such as Quaker Oats, Ralston Purina and Ford Motor. His research focuses on supply chain disruptions, and the effect of organizational response and recovery efforts to mitigate them. He has ongoing experiment based research projects on the role of organizational, leadership and supply chain resilience in the face of natural and man-made disruptions. He leads the efforts of a small team of PhD and graduate students at the SCDrl on several studies to assess firm behavior in response and in recovering from disruptions. Dr. Azadegan’s work is published in several top Operation and Supply Chain Management journals including the Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Production and Operations Management Journal, and the Decision Sciences Journal among others. Dr. Azadegan is an officer of the OM Division at the Academy of Management, an active member of the Decision Sciences Institute. He was recently recognized as a Galactic Hero at the Buzz Light Year Ranger Spin at Disney World, Orlando.

Ed Ram
 Ed Ram 
Senior Supply Chain Director 
Sagent Pharmaceuticals
Ed Ram is Senior Director, Supply Chain at Sagent Pharmaceuticals near Chicago, Illinois.  He is responsible for their global supply chain -- production planning and moving finished goods from India, China, Europe, and South America to and throughout North America.  
Ed has over 20 years of supply chain and strategic sourcing experience working with Baxter Healthcare, Allegiance Healthcare, and Cardinal Health.  He has a track record of change and innovation employed to create improved supply chains between business partners.  These accomplishments include utilization of scorecarding, vendor managed inventory (VMI), electronic data interface (EDI), freight lane and network optimization, and business modeling.  His supply chain work at Baxter is featured in the book – Supply Chain Optimization.
Previous to Ed’s association with the healthcare industry, he was with Accenture in their distribution products practice.  His client engagements included Sears and North American Philips.
Ed has also completed 22 years of service in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Naval Reserve Supply Corps achieving the rank of Commander.  He has received awards for his logistics and procurement work including the Navy Commendation Medal and the Joint Services Achievement Medal.
He has a BS in Economics from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Booth GSB, University of Chicago.

Kevin Cook
 Kevin Cook 
VP Supply Chain North America 
Kevin has over 25 years’ experience in the Life Sciences Industry and is passionate about advancing the role of Supply Chain for competitive, business growth while meeting our patient needs.   Kevin's career in healthcare spans supply chain management, customer service, distribution, planning and manufacturing. 

His lifelong passion for Supply Chain is focused on how we can drive innovation while delivering best in class operational and team results. This focus has led to many successes, including several major drug launches, utilization of the Toyota production system to reduce lead time and deployment of large ERP/SAP systems.  His strategy and process design expertise helped facilitate the successful acquisitions in multiple organizations throughout her career. 

Michele Dorris
 Michele Dorris 
Executive Director, Supply Chain 
Sandoz, Novartis Division
Michele has over 25 years of experience with Supply Chain roles in several industries – chemical, consumer package, and pharmaceutical.  Currently she is Executive Director of Customer Operations and Demand Planning at Sandoz Pharmaceutical, a Division of Novartis.  Prior to her current role at Sandoz , she was Director of Commercialization and Business Operations at the Campbell Soup Company.
She has led several large global organizations and corporate projects. She is known for her ability to navigate and influence across the organization, help organize and drive improvements, with a track record of delivering results. She is passionate about developing and mentoring personnel. 
Michele continues her commitment to supporting the development of future female leaders in her volunteer activities. Currently she is a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Council at Sandoz.  Previously, she was the co-chair of Women of Campbell’s and former Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Alice Paul Institute, a non profit organization dedicated to educating about the life of Alice Paul, author of the Equal Rights Amendment and a lifelong activist for women’s equality, and developing the next generation of leaders.  She has been a long time volunteers on the United Way Women’s Initiative committee, which involved mentoring several middle-school teenagers through that program. 

She holds a bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering and a Masters of Business Administration.

Mark Stesney
 Mark Stesney 
Head of S&OP, Genetic Diseases 
Shire Pharmaceuticals
Mark is Head of Global S&OP for the Genetic Diseases Franchise at Shire, the global leader in Rare Diseases.  As a supply chain leader, Mark works to drive business results and create competitive advantages by improving planning processes and focusing on the patient.  His experiences as an engineer, consultant, and supply chain director allow him to apply various tools and techniques to solve complex global supply chain challenges.  Mark has BS in Manufacturing Engineering from Boston University and an MBA from Boston College.  He is also APICS CPIM certified.
Linzell Harris
 Linzell Harris 
Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain 
Teva Pharmaceuticals
Linzell has more than 25 years of diverse general management and global operations experience in the CPG, Pharmaceutical and luxury goods industries. Since August 2015, he has served as the head of the Global Supply Chain team at Teva Pharmaceuticals, managing one of the most comprehensive supply chain networks in the pharmaceutical industry.  The global networks consist of over 70 manufacturing facilities, 700 third-party suppliers in over 35 countries worldwide, while supporting a commercial network of over 100 markets and a comprehensive portfolio of product technologies.
Prior to joining Teva, Linzell led Global Operations for Godiva Chocolate as the Head of Global Supply, while also serving as a member of the senior leadership team reporting to the CEO.  In this role, he was responsible for Operations, Supply Chain, Package Development and Procurement worldwide.
Before joining Godiva, Linzell worked in General Management and Global Operations leadership roles at Johnson and Johnson, Pfizer, Warner Lambert and Baxter Healthcare. He began his working career as a Supply Corp officer in the US Navy.
Linzell earned a BS in Mathematics from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.

Dave Malenfant
 Dave Malenfant 
Director, Center for Supply Chain Innovation 
Texas Christian University
M. Dave Malenfant is currently Executive Vice President of Industry Liaison and Talent Development for the BSMA (Biotech Supply Management Alliance). He also serves as Director and oversees the Advisory Board for the Center for Supply Chain Innovation at Texas Christian University. Dave is responsible for driving Industry relations in the Biotech, Biopharma Supply Chain for the BSMA. Prior to this appointment, Dave served on the Advisory Board for the BSMA from its inception. With a passion for talent development and career planning, Dave has helped both the BSMA and the Center for Supply Chain Innovation drive Young Professional career development and mentoring programs for students. Prior to joining the BSMA and TCU, Dave spent over 30 years in a variety of industry roles. As an entrepreneur, Dave was Co-founder and President of Signature Consultants, Inc., (1973) a business, finance, and economic consulting firm that he ultimately sold in 1993. He created and operated a variety of other businesses that are still profitable in Canada today. In 1993, Dave joined Alcon Laboratories where he steadily advanced through leadership roles such as Purchasing Manager, Materials Operation Manager, and Global Supply Chain Director before becoming the Vice President of Global Supply Chain in 2005. In this role, Dave provided strategic direction for the company’s Global Supply Chain initiatives and created global centers of excellence for Purchasing, Distribution, Transportation, Customer Service, Sales and Operations Management, Data Management, Graphic Design and Artwork Development, and Product Launches. Dave retired from Alcon in 2014. Dave is recognized for the creative development of standardized systems and business processes, and for developing enabling technology throughout the entire supply chain. During his career, Dave has implemented over 30 different computer systems – WMS, ERP, Finite Scheduling, Product Launch, and Order Entry, among others. Dave is past Chairman of the Supply Chain Council and past member of the Executive Committee of NASSTRAC Given his vast knowledge of the end-to-end, integrated supply chain, Dave is a frequent speaker on Global Supply Chain Trends. He has consistently demonstrated his passion for Supply Chain management, developing talent, and the need to advance Supply Chain theory and innovation throughout a variety of industries.
Iana Lukina
 Iana Lukina 
Ph.D. Candidate 
University of South Florida
Iana Shaheen (Lukina) is a 2nd year Ph.D. student at the University of South Florida. Her key research interests include supply chain disruptions, leadership, sustainability, and disaster relief management. She has been involved with several projects regarding product returns, leadership, and transportation logistics. Iana’s research is accepted for presentation at several major Conferences, including Production and Operations Management Society, Academy of Management, Academy of Marketing Science, LogiPharma, and Decision Sciences in 2017. In collaboration with Dr. Arash Azadegan and Dr. Rob Hooker, Iana has a proceeding at Academy of Management titled “Leadership in the Face of Major Supply Chain Disruptions: Differentiating between Baseline and Contextual Traits.” She currently has an article under review at Journal of Business Logistics.
Michael Daly
 Michael Daly 
Director, Supply Chain 
Valeant Pharmaceuticals
Jennifer Donatelli
 Jennifer Donatelli 
Managing Director, Strategy Supply Chain 
Jennifer Donatelli is a Managing Director with over 16 years of Supply Chain experience.  Jennifer is part of Accenture's Operations Strategy practice, specialized in Life Sciences, BioTech, Pharma, and Medical Device. She is focused on supply chain strategy and transformation programs for global Life Sciences clients, with deep expertise in S&OP, Planning, Fulfillment, Customer Excellence, and operating model design. Experienced in digital and control tower solutions, ERP strategy, warehousing, transportation management, and advanced planning systems. Deep experience in international aid and emerging market supply chain strategy. 
Brad Pawlowski
 Brad Pawlowski 
Managing Director, Life Sciences Supply Chain 
Brad Pawlowski is Managing Director in Accenture’s Life Science Supply Chain practice and a recognized expert on Business Transformation programs. The global leader of Accenture’s Supply Chain Planning and Advanced Analytics practice, Brad has broad experience managing international teams in diverse industries and markets, including healthcare/life sciences, consumer products, high tech, and aerospace and defense. A focused and energetic leader with experience driving business transformations and organizational change, his areas of expertise include developing strategies for global supply chain management, product management, business development, and enabling technologies.
Allen Jacques
 Allen Jacques 
Vice President, Pharma Supply Chain 
Allen brings nearly 30 years of pharma and health sciences supply chain experience to Aera. He joined Aera from Pfizer, Inc., where as VP of Network Supply Planning, he was responsible for production planning, issue identification and mitigation via S&OP processes, and global inventory. Prior to Pfizer, he was AVP of Supply Chain for Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Director of Supply Chain for Baxter Bioscience, and managed a medical device joint venture in Yugoslavia. Allen received his degree in Microbiology from the University of Maryland and did graduate work and research in immunology at Johns Hopkins University.
Eric Allen
 Eric Allen 
Vice President, Sales & Marketing 
Aphena Pharma Solutions
Eric Allen was named VP of Sales & Marketing of Aphena Pharma Solutions in 2013 after being with Aphena since 2005.  He has over 15 years in the pharmaceutical and dietary packaging industry and 10 years managing a sales and marketing groups for a Fortune 500 company.  At Aphena, he has been leading the marketing team, servicing government contracts, large pharmaceutical companies, dietary companies and start-up ventures.  Eric has an MBA from the University of Tennessee with a concentration in finance and lean manufacturing. 
Steve Williamson
 Steve Williamson 
Director, Solution Consulting 
BluJay Solutions
With over 20 years in the industry, Steve Williamson is a recognized industry expert in parcel shipping; investigating and designing many workflows and solutions for high volume, complex customers.

Steve has also worked for BluJay Solutions in Europe bringing a complete view of the complexities not only affecting North America for shipping but also Europe.

Stephen Laaper
 Stephen Laaper 
Deloitte Consulting US

Stephen is a Digital Supply Networks leader in Deloitte Consulting’s Strategy &Operations practice. He brings a unique mix of industry, consulting, and technology experience with a broad range of clients across the life sciences,automotive, and consumer products sectors. 

He serves clients in their journey to advance their supply chain and manufacturing capabilities through digital technologies, including advanced analytics, advanced manufacturing, partner collaboration, and Industrial applications of the Internet of Things (IoT). 

Stephen has a passion for advanced manufacturing techniques, connecting the logical and physical world, and leveraging digital opportunities across the enterprise to connect companies to their customers and patients.

Hussain Mooraj
 Hussain Mooraj 
Hussain has more than 20 years of experience of running supply chains, manufacturing plants, sales & marketing as well as consulting. Hussain has had great success in leading numerous initiatives including global value chain transformations, developing emerging sales models in med tech, redesigning contract manufacturing models, control tower rollouts and ERP deployments. Hussain’s previous roles have included managing vice president at Gartner and AMR Research and director at Trinity Pharma Solutions and he has been selected by Pharma Voice as one of the 100 most influential and inspiring individuals in life sciences.
Jacques Muratori
 Jacques Muratori 
North America Managing Director 
Movilitas Consulting
Jacques Muratori is the North America Managing Director for Movilitashis Consulting, responsible for North American leadership and strategy for all Movilitas solution divisions. Jacques oversees the company’s market-leading We Move business Unit, helping customers around the world to accelerate performance and drive efficiencies. Prior to joining Movilitas in 2015, Jacques held positions including Engineering Manager at Bridgestone, Senior Manager at Cap Gemini, Managing Principle at SAP America, Ass. Partner at IBM North America and holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Kevin Lawler
 Kevin Lawler 
Vice President, Worldwide Sales 
Pelican BioThermal
Kevin Lawler is the Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Pelican BioThermal. During his nearly eight years with Pelican BioThermal, the company has achieved average year-to-year skyrocketing growth rates of over 40 percent. With more than 25 years of successful sales leadership experience, Kevin has a strong history in building and leading sales organizations capable of producing strong and predictable growth. Kevin earned an MBA from the University of Montana and resides with his family in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Ben Vanderplas
 Ben Vanderplas 
Global Product Manager 
Sonoco Thermosafe
Ben VanderPlas is the Global Product Manager for Sonoco ThermoSafe.  He started with the company in 2005 and has had various roles within the organization including engineering, sales, and marketing. In his current role, Ben is responsible for the development and sales of Sonoco ThermoSafe’s pre-qualified solutions.  From the Institute of Packaging Professionals he retains a Certified Packaging Professional designation and has recently co-authored a technical supplement to the World Health Organizations Technical Report Series Number 961, for the Qualification of Shipping Containers. Ben has a Bachelor of Science from Michigan State Universities School of Packaging and a Masters in Engineering Management from Northwestern University. 
Todd Fields
 Todd Fields 
Senior Director, Business Development 
Tapestry Solutions, a Boeing Company
As Senior Director of Business Development for Tapestry Solutions, Inc., Todd Fields leads strategic planning and business capture pursuits for Tapestry’s information management software and services.  His focus areas include Internet of Things (IoT) sensor technologies, enterprise-level supply chain solutions, Big Data analytics, RFID technologies and command-and-control systems for government, commercial and defense industries.
Todd has over 15 years of success developing and executing corporate strategy, strategic marketing, and business development campaigns to drive organizational agility, innovation and growth.  He earned his Master’s Degree in International Relations & Strategic Studies from John Hopkins University, and Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Miami University. 

Marissa Alvord
 Marissa Alvord 
Executive Director 
LogiPharma USA
Marissa Alvord is Program Director for LogiPharma, LogiMed and FIMA. With over seven years of conference production experience, Marissa specializes in market research in the financial, pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries. Marissa cut her teeth in conference production working for a small publishing house in London producing events for the English education sector. She holds her MA from SOAS, University of London. Outside of the office, Marissa enjoys cycling, gardening, cooking and enjoying music.