Supply chain and logistics professionals are constantly adapting to technological and socioeconomic shifts in the mobility landscape. While nothing has tested supply chains like the current pandemic, the American public and the policymakers who serve them have never been more aware of the role that goods movement professionals play in delivering essential goods to families and communities. This webinar will feature experts within the supply chain industry who will identify the most critical areas in the supply chain to improve resiliency, discuss ways that ports can become more efficient in the aftermath of COVID-19, and delve into ways that leaders in industry, government, and education can collaborate to ensure a competitive and adaptive supply chain workforce.
Tyler Reeb, Director of Research and Workforce Development at the Center for International Trade and Transportation at the California State University of Long Beach & Editor of Empowering the New Mobility Workforce: Educating, Training, and Inspiring Future Transportation Professionals
Romic Aevaz, Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation
Rick Blasgen, President, The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
Kristin Decas, CEO and Director, Port Hueneme
Ian R. Roark, Vice President of Workforce Development and Strategic Partnerships, Pima Community College
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