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Monthly Event: Voice of Supply Chain with ISM-New Jersey
SourceDay and ISM-New Jersey are collaborating to bring you Voice of Supply Chain. This monthly show will be hosted by SourceDay’s very own CMO, Sarah Scudder as she interviews people in supply chain doing extraordinary things. Speakers are given the opportunity to tell their personal stories about how their supply chain careers came to be, what makes them tick, learnings along the way and what’s next.
Our Voice of Supply Chain show will be a LinkedIn Live series hosted on Sarah’s LinkedIn profile.
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Current Schedule of Shows:
-June 29, 2022 at 1pm CDT
-July 20, 2022 at 1pm CDT
-August 17, 2022 at 1pm CDT
-September 21, 2022 at 1pm CDT
-October 19, 2022 at 1pm CDT
In this episode of Voice of Supply Chain, brought to you by SourceDay and ISM, CMO of SourceDay, Sarah Scudder is joined by Donna Donato, CEO of Americas Region. Donna bares her soul. She share her life story, what worked and what did not work, her failures and successes. Surely this episode will leave you thinking about how you can apply her lessons learned to your career journey.
In this episode, Sarah sits down with Sneha Kumari. Sneha brings it: The tough question: personal and professional, she tells it like it is. They cover how she's accelerated her supply chain career, industry predictions, advice, and how to navigate the supply chain craziness and better manage your direct spend.
In this 2022 kickoff Voice of Supply Chain episode, host Sarah Scudder of SourceDay, sits down with Anna McGovern. Anna shares compelling stories from her childhood, the experience growing up with the American dream instilled within her Syrian immigrant parents, role models and leaders that developed her independently and professionally, her 22 years of work at Unilever and the decision to leave her position to take a role as in supply chain.
In this episode, Sarah Scudder hosts our show with guest Joselina Peralta, Executive Board Member of Zora's Cradl. Joselina shares her favorite childhood memory, the experience of pursuing her postgraduate degree, women leadership in the workplace and how we are in the age of change and have the power to make positive impact.
Sarah Scudder, now CMO at SourceDay, interviews Jane Zhang, Co-Founder & Co-CEO, ETCH Sourcing. Jane brings tremendous energy to the conversation as well as a unique perspective about sourcing and what it means to be an entrepreneur.
In this episode, Sarah Scudder hosts our show with guest Kelly Barner. Kelly is the Owner and Editor of Buyers Meeting Point, and today, we get to know her on a more personal level and her stories of doing what makes her uncomfortable in order to succeed.
In this episode, Sarah Scudder hosts our show with guest Sam Gupta, founder of WBSR Rocks and CEO of his own consulting firm. Sam recalls his creativity soaring at such a young age and how that continued into his adulthood, how he learned about financial management early on and his early influences.
Sarah Scudder talks to her very dear friend, Susan Walsh about her journey to entrepreneurship. From early childhood Christmas traditions, to her journey into adulthood, Susan shares the her triumphs and tribulations in this month's episode.
In this episode, we hear from Tamra Pawloski, a global woman procurement professional who has been a big advocate and proponent of women in the industry throughout her career. We explore everything from her early childhood to specific personal experiences she's had throughout her life.
In this special episode, hosted by Sarah Scudder, we hear the personal journey and origin story of Michael Cadieux, Founder of Procurement Foundry. We get to know Michael as more than the leader and founder of Procurement Foundry but the unique and interesting things that make him who he is. We dive into his childhood and being an entrepreneur and a chief procurement officer.
This month's episode is hosted by Sarah Scudder where she interviews Sarah Barnes-Humphrey about her experience of having everything, losing it all, and how she has managed to overcome hardship. She discusses the struggles she experienced early in her career, how she started Let's Talk Supply Chain and Ships, and the launch her podcasts.
In this first episode, Sarah interviews Procurement Foundry member Jenti Vandertuig. Jenti shares her story as early as her adolescence in India, to getting married and moving to the United states, the struggles she faced as an immigrant and how perseverance and a dedication to volunteerism led her to her career in procurement.