Next May 31st, Zaragoza Logistics Center students will graduate in the Masters programs in Supply Chain Management and Master of Engineering in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
The event will be in the Crown Hall of the Pignatelli Building at 5:00 pm, which will open with a speech by Ivanka Janssen, Vice President of the Supply Chain in the beverage division of PepsiCo Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Ivanka is Supply Chain Vice President in the Beverages Category. In this capacity, she leads Supply Chain for PepsiCo Europe & Sub-Saharan Africa, which includes the overall supervision of beverages production, strategy and leading the Women in Supply Chain network across ESSA (Europe & Sub-Saharan Africa).
Ivanka moved to PepsiCo following a hugely successful career at Diageo, starting out as Managing Director of Global Supply Chain and working her way up to lead on key projects like Route to Consumer and implementing a sell-out culture across all markets.
Whilst investing in further education including an MBA, plus a Masters in Executive Education from Oxford University, she went on to join the Diageo Leadership Team as Director of Global Sales Operations Excellence.
Throughout her career, Ivanka has championed women’s development. She is the founder and head of the Female Leaders in Supply Chain Network.
Ivanka was born in Nunspeet in the Netherlands, and now lives in Switzerland. With her passion for boating, she spends her spare time on the lakes in her beloved 1950’s wooden boat (Boesch
1958). In between that you’ll find her further afield travelling and hiking, including Mount Everest Base Camp in recent years.
EVENT INFO :
Start Date:May 31, 2018
End Date:May 31, 2018
Location:Sala de la Corona, Edificio Pignatelli
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