Women in Supply Chain & Logistics
‘HerStories’ – Episode 3
Wednesday, 10 March 2021
HerStories is back for 2021, bigger and bolder than ever before.
|| Wednesday, 10 March 2021
|| 10am – 11am (AEDT)
|| Members: No charge Non-members: $30.00
Lets face it – its not every day we celebrate Women
and their evolution through the power of story telling.
It is cool to think that we all come together to build who we all are. Whether you are a Junior, Student, Team Leader, Manager. HerStories has something to offer you.
In this episode we will be providing insight on:
- Evolution and its impact
- Learn how to set realistic expectations around challenges
- Learn Supply Chain leadership insights
- Career Inspiration
Who should attend: Those who are passionate about Supply Chain & Logistics and would like to hear stories from fantastic leaders.
Annette Sando, Supply Chain and Operations Executive, Fuchs Lubricants
Annette is a supply chain and operations executive with broad experience in a diverse range of industries including health, packaging ( FMCG), industrial and automotive.
Since studying a science degree and postgrad in manufacturing and management at Cambridge University she has developed her career across the last 25 years through working in the UK, South Africa and Australia. Although Annette has strong skills in strategic planning, Annette knows that at the heart of everything is people.
Annette shares that ‘building teams and working together is to understand the problems and the areas of opportunity we then must leverage peoples knowledge and skills to deliver the best outcomes whilst enjoying the journey’.
||Dr. Aida Ghalebeigi, Lecturer and Program Manager, RMIT University
Aida is an academic and Program Manager at RMIT University. She has a PhD and master’s degree in supply chain management. She coordinates and teaches courses in Supply Chain Management and Logistics in undergraduate and postgraduate. Aida is passionate about gender equality.
Aida continually researches and investigates the impacts of ideologies on gender equality in the workplaces in the Transport and Logistics industry.
||Kristine Corsame, National Logistics Systems Manager, Holcim Australia
In over 10 years, Kristine has navigated the world of supply chain through multinational companies with various roles in supply, demand, manufacturing, logistics and distribution systems and planning. In all her roles, it has always been a core value to optimise and synergise, using the new technology and open collaboration to achieve efficient and effective systems.
Kristine uses her light to be a strong supporter of benevolence and charity who has helped build houses for the poor, provide for orphans and sponsor education for the unprivileged.
Registrations close: 9 March 2021