WERC Names Its Board

OAK BROOK, IL-At the 32ndAnnual Conference, the Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC)announced its 2009-2010 Board of Directors. As it explains, WERC is the onlyprofessional organization focused exclusively on warehouse and distributionmanagement and its role in the supply chain. Members from all facets of the distribution industry cometogether to share practical knowledge and professional expertise with the goalof improving individual and collective performance. Board members are:

President. Timothy S.Feemster, Senior Vice President, Director of Global Logistics, Grubb &Ellis, Dallas, TX

Vice President/PresidentElect. Catherine L. Cooper, Executive Vice President and Chief InformationOfficer, OHL, Brentwood, TN

Secretary/Treasurer.Lawrence Dean Shemesh, President and CEO, OPSdesign Consulting, Marlton, NJ

Immediate Past President.Mark B. Cleveland, Business Service Management Governance Leader, TechnologySolutions Organization, Allstate Insurance Company. Wheeling, IL

Director, 2010 AnnualConference. Connie Anderson, Owner and President, Aspen Distribution, Inc.,Carlsbad, CA

Director, 2011 Conference.Michael B. Wohlwend, Senior Director, Manhattan Associates, Saint Charles, IL

Director At-Large. Chip E.Edgington, Executive Vice President of Operations, Redcats USA, Indianapolis,IN

Director of Web Services.Gerald W. Perritt, COO, UTi Integrated Logistics, Columbia, SC

Director At-Large. Paul M.Avampato, VP, Process Design, Kraft Foods, Northfield, IL

Director of MembershipMarketing. Andrea Velasquez, Vice President of Business Development, Epstein,Chicago, IL

Director of Education. JohnMascaritolo, MBA, Assistant Professor, Supply Chain, Clayton State University,McDonough, GA

Executive Director. MichaelJ. Mikitka, CAE, CMP, Executive Director, Warehousing Education and ResearchCouncil, Oak Brook, IL

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