HighJump awarded five women with its first-annual Top Women Leaders in Supply Chain awards at its user conference, Elevate. The honorees were selected based on their exemplary work within their own companies while driving innovation forward for the industry overall.
This year’s Women Leaders in Supply Chain award recipients include:
Marilize Redelinghuys, IT executive, Mr. Price Group: Redelinghuys led the move of two, non-automated facilities to a single, 56,900 square-foot largely automated facility in South Africa in under 4 months.
Angelina Twardawa, owner, founder and manager, Angie's Transportation: After losing everything in a fire, Twardawa had her business, which she founded at 19, running again in less than 24 hours.
Lynn Dermott, partner/senior vice president, products, DMLogic: Dermott co-founded DMLogic in 2007. She has participated in close to 100 WMS projects in 15 countries over the course of her career.
Victoria Brown, research manager, supply chain strategy and execution, IDC: Brown is a standout analyst in the supply chain space and serves the Council of Supply Chain Professionals (CSCMP).
Joanne Gulnac, general manager transport & profit systems, HighJump: Gulnac has 18 years in the supply chain software industry, her four most recent as a business leader.
Honorable mentions include Jane Smith, business development manager, Core Management Logistics, Alesandra Quintao, DC manager/supply chain manager, Lojas Renner, Luzia Juana Oliveira da Silva, logistics manager, HPE Automotores do Brasil Ltda, Seatta "Sam" Layland, president and co-founder, Hyperlogistics Group, Inc., and Maria Torrent-March, logistics director, Europa Worldwide Logistics.
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