Executive Advisory Board

The SCM World Executive Advisory Board (EAB) is an exclusive group of the most influential global operations executives from the world’s leading companies. The purpose of the EAB is to develop, promote and progress the discipline of supply chain management, encouraging both current and future leaders within the profession to make a greater impact not only on the organisations they work for but on our wider society.

In practice, the EAB helps to direct the research agenda of the SCM World community as well as provide oversight on key strategic initiatives and development plans.

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Beth Ford
Group Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

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Peter Gibbons
Executive Vice President, Chief Supply Chain Officer

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Brian Tobey
Corporate Vice President, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Information & Services

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Sandra MacQuillan
Senior Vice President, Chief Supply Chain Officer

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Marc Engel
Chief Supply Chain Officer


John Church
Executive Vice President, Supply Chain

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Maria Lindenberg
Chief Procurement Officer

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Gerry Rogers
Vice President, Global Sourcing & Manufacturing

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Quentin Roach
Chief Procurement Officer & Senior Vice President

Jim-Rowan
Jim Rowan
Chief Operating Officer


Angel Mendez
Chief Operating Officer

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Frank Crespo
Vice President, Global Purchasing & Chief Procurement Officer

Annette-Clayton
Annette Clayton

CEO and President, North America Operations, Chief Supply Chain Officer

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Gerry Smith
Executive Vice President & President, Data Center Group

Roberto-Canevari
Roberto Canevari
Chief Supply Chain Officer

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Viju Menon
Chief Supply Chain Officer

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Oliver Sloane
Group Vice President

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Dr. Hau Lee
Chairman

EAB-KOM
Kevin O’Marah
Vice President Distinguished Analyst

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Geraint John
Research Vice President

As well as providing cross-functional research, SCM World and the Executive Advisory Board recognise the need for a greater focus on the value chains of some industries in the community. In 2015 we established the Future of Healthcare Advisory Board to promote the value of supply chain to improving access to healthcare. See its members and their work here.