Toronto, March 8, 2019 – To celebrate its 100th anniversary and honour outstanding women in the profession, the Supply Chain Management AssociationTM (SCMATM) today launches its first-ever list of the 100 Influential Women in Canadian Supply Chain™and its first-ever list of Women to Watch in Canadian Supply ChainTM.
The 100 Influential Women in Canadian Supply Chain list is a diverse and powerful group that includes C-Suite executives and corporate leaders, academics, professional service leaders, and other experts and influencers within Canada’s supply chain sector. Every day, these dedicated professionals are making a difference to sustainability, efficiency and profitability. Women in supply chain work in fast-moving environments where disruptive technologies, consumer demands and geo-political issues inform their decisions and impact the strategic, operational and financial success of their organizations.
“Individually, each of these women plays a critical role in driving value for their organizations, and, collectively, these 100 leaders are truly driving the Canadian economy,” said Christian Buhagiar, President and CEO, SCMA. “We are delighted to honour the career achievements of these 100 Influential Women in Canadian Supply Chain™ by conferring upon them the Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation, Canada’s most sought-after professional designation in supply chain.”
The Women to Watch in Canadian Supply Chain list recognizes additional supply chain professionals who are stepping up within the community. These women have also positioned themselves as leaders in the profession and are poised to continue growing their impact on their organizations and on the profession itself.
“With both our ‘100 Influential Women in Canadian Supply Chain’ and the ‘Women to Watch in Canadian Supply Chain’, the SCMA aspires to promote awareness of supply chain careers, encourage women to join the sector, and build the capacity of Canada’s supply chain economy,” said Mr. Buhagiar.
The women on both the 100 Influential Women in Canadian Supply Chain list and the Women to Watch in Canadian Supply Chain list will receive a one-year membership in SCMA and benefit from belonging to and engaging with Canada’s largest community of supply chain professionals.
The SCMA will honour these outstanding women at a special breakfast event in Montreal on Friday May 31st as part of its 100th anniversary National Conference and Gala. Details at Conference.SCMA.com .
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The Supply Chain Management Association™ (SCMA™) is the voice of Canada’s supply chain, representing and serving more than 6,000 professionals across the country, as well as the wider supply chain community. SCMA is a federation, with a national secretariat and 10 provincial/territorial Institutes. Its mission is to “provide leadership to the Canadian supply chain community, provide value to all members, and advance the profession.” Through its education, advocacy and resource-development initiatives, the association endeavours to advance its vision, to see that “Canadian supply chain professionals and organizations are recognized for leading innovation, global competitiveness and driving economic growth.” Its Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation is Canada’s most sought-after professional designation for those entering the field and advancing as leaders in supply chain.