8TH ANNUAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SUMMIT

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2015 SCM Summit Scholarship Winners

Thanks to the generosity of one of the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Summit's co-presenters, Banneker Industries, three scholarships will have been awarded to students wishing to attend the 8th Annual Supply Chain Management Summit.

Students interested in supply chain management, logistics or similar areas (at the graduate or undergraduate level) were eligible to apply. The total value of each scholarship is $500 plus the event registration fees.

Banneker Industries is pleased to introduce the three scholarship winners:

 

 

Collin Brady

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Studying: Logistics and Advanced Global Supply Chain Management

Prior to his educational pursuits, Collin was a management consultant for three years with the Accenture Pittsburgh office. He has served clients in the chemicals, steel, retail, and state government industries.

Collin is a graduate from Penn State where he graduated with Bachelor of Sciences in Aerospace Engineering and Economics. During college, Collin was the president of the National Aerospace Honors Society at Penn State.

He has previously held positions with NASA Kennedy Space Center and a small energy firm in Dalian, China. Collin wants to continue working in management consulting especially focusing on travel, transportation, and logistics issues for clients.


Tiffany Lam

Arizona State University (ASU)

Studying: Supply Chain Management

Tiffany Lam is a sophomore from Denver, Colorado. She is pursuing a degree in Supply Chain Management as well as certifications in Data Analytics and Honors Consulting at Arizona State University (ASU). 

This year she will be completing an internship with Owens & Minor, a Fortune 300 company. 

Tiffany has been recognized by scholarship programs such as New American University Scholars, Gary K. Herberger ‘s Business Scholarships, McCord Scholars Mentor Program, Institute of Supply Management Scholarships and others. 

Her main interests are in corporate responsibility and information technology, as reflected by her involvement in various initiatives on campus. She serves as the Business Lead at the Complex Systems Framework. She is also involved in the ASU Supply Chain Management Association, W.P. Carey Business Ambassadors, and W.P. Carey Business Leaders for Service. She also regularly serves as mentor to underclassmen at the ASU.

 


 

 

Jaclyn Valentine

Binghamton University

Studying: Management, Supply Chain Management concentration

Jaclyn is an adaptable team player and leader with a passion for learning and analytics. Jaclyn is a rising senior at Binghamton University’s School of Management pursuing a degree in management with a concentration in Supply Chain Management. She possesses an analytical mindset, has a knack for operational improvements, and loves complex problem solving. 

Jaclyn has focused the beginning of her career on developing the skillsets of a leading business consultant. She has interned in the business advisory program at Ernst & Young (EY), as a demand planning intern at Elizabeth Arden, and as a financial department intern at Alexis Bittar. 

As Jaclyn returns to school for her senior year, she focuses on continuously learning and staying involved on campus as a leader in organizations such as Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity, APICS Organization for Supply Chain and Operations Professionals, and DECA Business Club.