8-10 May 2017
Grand Hyatt Buckhead, Atlanta
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Dana McBrien
Associate Chief Advisor
Honda North America

Dana has been with Honda since 1984 and has held a variety of roles in supply chain management over the past 24 years. His current duties include management of Honda’s North American transport initiatives for supply chain operation optimization.

Darryl Bol
Logistics Product Manager of Indiana Automotive
Subaru

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Anu Goel
Vice President, Parts and Vehicle Logistics
Volkswagen Group of America

Anu and the parts logistics team are responsible for the total supply chain management of service parts for Volkswagen Group of America (VWGoA), including product definition, cataloging, procurement, materials management, quality, dealer support, warehousing and transportation. Along with the vehicle logistics team, he is also responsible for activities (including port operations) supporting the distribution of finished vehicles in the US. Prior to working with Volkswagen, Anu spent over three years with Case New Holland (Fiat Group), most recently as as Vice-President, North and South American Parts Operations; and 23 years with Ford, where he served most recently as Director, Global Parts Supply and Logistics.

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Randy Creel
General Manager, Operations
Nissan

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Mike Meier
Executive
Venture Logistics

Mike has over 18 years experience in automotive logistics & supply chain. He leads Venture’s solutions division, working with clients to put together solutions to complex supply chain problems. Prior to his current role, Mike set up a supply chain services company when he noticed an opportunity for innovation and technology in the 3PL market. He has held positions at Lear Corporation as Supply Chain Manager and at Honda Logistics as a Division Leader. Mike holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Eastern Michigan University and describes himself as a service orientated leader focused on hard work and quality.

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Scott Dewicki
Leadership Partner
Gartner

Scott has more than 20 years of supply chain, product development and project management experience. His primary industry experience has been in automotive, aerospace, heavy equipment and the chemical industry. He has successfully led programs to define and implement changes affecting people, processes and technology, and has managed projects across a range including business strategy, enterprise architecture, supply chain networks & planning, inventory management, procurement & commodity management and SRM. Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan.