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Global Supply Chains: Challenges and Opportunities from a Regional Perspective
Global Supply Chains: Challenges and Opportunities from a Regional Perspective

Wed, Mar 27

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Milgard Hall, UW Tacoma

Global Supply Chains: Challenges and Opportunities from a Regional Perspective

A panel of industry experts and scholars will discuss the impact of recent events that reshaped our thinking about global supply chains. We will focus on the challenges and opportunities for maintaining resilience and sustainability of our supply chains in the region.

Time & Location

Mar 27, 2024, 4:00 PM – 5:15 PM

Milgard Hall, UW Tacoma, 1950 S C St, Tacoma, WA 98402

About the event

The following panel of industry experts and scholars will discuss the impact of recent events that reshaped our thinking about global supply chains.  We will focus on the challenges and opportunities for maintaining resilience and sustainability of our supply chains in the region. 

Moderator: 

Sam Kaplan, Director of the Center of Excellence Global Trade & Supply Chain, Highline College

Panelists: 

Deanna Keller, Commissioner, Port of Tacoma

Tong Zhu, Chief Commercial and Strategy Officer, Northwest Seaport Alliance

Rick Miltimore, Vice President, Logistics Operations, Providence St. Joseph Health

Luna Zhang, Assistant Professor of Business Analytics, University of Washington Tacoma

Thank you to Tacoma Creates and Milgard School of Business, UW Tacoma for their support of our program.

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