WERC Announces 2011-2012 Board of Directors

June 1, 2011
he Warehousing Education and Research Council named the following logistics professionals to its 2011-2012 Board of Directors at the 34th Annual WERC Conference in Orlando, FL, last month

The Warehousing Education and Research Council named the following logistics professionals to its 2011-2012 Board of Directors at the 34th Annual WERC Conference in Orlando, FL, last month:

  • President Lawrence Dean Shemesh, President, OPSdesign Consulting, Marlton, NJ
  • Vice President Lawrence G. Corrigan, II, VP, Operations, Medline Industries, Inc., Mundelein, IL
  • Secretary-Treasurer Gregory J. Javor, Senior VP, Supply Chain Operations Global Logistics, Starbucks Coffee Company, Seattle, WA
  • Past-President Catherine L. Cooper, Executive Vice President & CIO, OHL, Brentwood, TN
  • Director, 2012 Annual Conference Sheila Benny, Executive Vice President, Optricity Corporation, Research Triangle Park, NC
  • Director, 2013 Annual Conference Chad W. Autry, PhD, Associate Professor of Logistics, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Knoxville, TN
  • Director of Marketing Membership Andrea Velasquez, VP, Business Development, Epstein, Chicago, IL
  • Director of Web Services Sylvia Spore, Technology Manager, RightSourceRx, Tempe, AZ
  • Director of Industry Relations Michael B. Wohlwend, Vice President, SAP Americas, St. Charles, IL

Directors At Large

  • Paul M. Avampato, VP, Catalyst, Kraft Foods, Northfield, IL
  • Stephen (Andy) Smith, President & COO, Kenco Logistic Services, Chattanooga, TN
  • J. Randolph (Randy) Lewis, Senior VP, Supply Chain and Logistics, Walgreens Company, Deerfield, IL
  • Stan Danzig, Executive Director, Cushman & Wakefield, East Rutherford, NJ
  • Chief Executive Officer Michael J. Mikitka, CAE, CMP, CEO, Warehousing Education & Research Council, Oak Brook IL

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