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WERC announces 2013-2014 Board of Directors

The Warehousing Education and Research Council has named the following logistics professionals to its 2013-2014 Board of Directors at the 36th Annual WERC Conference in Dallas, TX.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
May 14, 2013

The Warehousing Education and Research Council has named the following logistics professionals to its 2013-2014 Board of Directors at the 36th Annual WERC Conference in Dallas, TX.

President Michael B. Wohlwend, Vice President, SAP Americas, St. Charles, IL

Vice President Paul M. Avampato, VP, Customer Service & Logistics North America, Mondelez International, East Hanover, NJ

Secretary-Treasurer Sheila Benny, Executive Vice President, Optricity Corporation, Research Triangle Park, NC

Past-President Gregory J. Javor, Senior VP, Supply Chain Operations Global Logistics, Starbucks Coffee Company, Seattle, WA

Director, 2014 Annual Conference Tim Hotze, Corporate Head of Logistics Competence Center North America, Vice President, Panalpina, Inc., Morristown, NJ

Director, 2015 Annual Conference Ken Woodlin, VP Logistics, AP, Compliance & Safety, Walmart Stores, Inc., Bentonville, AR

Director of Marketing Membership Tony Ward, Partner, Kurt Salmon Associates, Claredon Hills, IL

Director of Web Services Sylvia Spore, Technology Manager, RightSourceRx, Tempe, AZ

Director of Industry Relations C. Frederick Rake, EVP Senior Group Advisor, EP America, Inc., The Woodlands, TX

Directors At Large
Stan Danzig, Executive Director, Cushman & Wakefield, East Rutherford, NJ
Stuart Rosenfeld, VP, Distribution, Pep Boys, Philadelphia, PA
Deb Parmé, VP North American Logistics, Global Supply Chain & Technology, Amway Corp., Ada, MI
Tom Nightingale, President, Rectrix, Medfield, MA
Chief Executive Officer Michael J. Mikitka, CAE, CEO, Warehousing Education & Research Council, Oak Brook IL

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