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ESSENTIALS OF LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - FACULTY SPEAKERS

Program Faculty and Guest Speakers

Faculty

John A. Caltagirone

John is currently Vice President of Global Supply Chain Strategy for The Revere Group, and previously held the position of Senior Vice President, Chief Logistics and Operations Officer for Peapod, Inc., where he was responsible for distribution services, inventory management, purchasing, transportation management, logistics engineering and customer service.  John has also held senior management positions with Rand McNally, RR Donnelley & Sons, and Ryder Integrated Logistics. 

John has been published and quoted in several publications such as Supply Chain Management Review, Supply Chain Brain, Global Logistics & Supply Chain Strategies, Operations & Fulfillment magazine, Food Logistics, Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine, Traffic World, and Refrigerated Transporter, and is a frequent speaker at professional organizations and universities on supply chain management, logistics, and e-Business.

John teaches Global Supply Chain Management and Lean Six Sigma courses in the MBA and Executive MBA programs at Loyola University’s School of Business Administration, where he is also on the Dean’s Advisory Board and is Chairperson of the Supply Chain Management Advisory Board.  John is on the University of Oklahoma Logistics and Supply Chain Executive Panel; has been a faculty member in executive programs at Penn State University and University of Louisville; was on the Advisory Board for the UPS Center for Worldwide Supply Chain Management; was on the Editorial Advisory Board for Supply Chain Management Review magazine; and, was appointed an instructor of Supply Chain Management to the UPS management team.

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Maciek Nowak, PhD

Maciek Nowak, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Information Systems and Operations Management Department in the Graduate School of Business at Loyola University.  Maciek received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech and his M.S.E. and B.S.E. degrees from the University of Michigan.  Through his research, Maciek has worked with Federal Express, United Parcel Service, and the Georgia Ports Authority.  He has also received grants for research from the Federal Highway Administration and the Department of Transportation. Maciek’s current research focuses on the use of various heuristic optimization techniques for vehicle routing problems.  He is also interested in the adoption of tracking technologies within the supply network.  Maciek is currently serving as the Communications Chair for the Transportation Science and Logistics Society of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science and as a board member of the Chicago chapter of the Institute for Supply Management. 

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