Business Analytics Symposium
Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Owens-Illinois
Carlos Londono is responsible for optimizing O-I’s procurement, logistics and supply chain planning and execution for Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia Pacific. This includes managing a complex array of products and customers in a global value chain.
O-I is a $6 billion global manufacturing company that specializes in glass container products. It is the world’s largest manufacturer of glass containers in the world; O-I, its affiliates or licensees make approximately one out of every two glass containers in the world.
Before joining O-I, Carlos led the coffee, tea, food and merchandising supply chain for Starbucks Coffee Company in Seattle. He was instrumental in the integration of acquisitions like Tazo, Teavana, La Boulange and Evolution Fresh. He developed the Starbucks consumer packaged goods supply chain in the U.S. and Canada and implemented the integrated business planning Process.
Carlos received his industrial engineering degree from Universidad Eafit in Medellín, Colombia, and his MBA from Wake Forest University in North Carolina. He is fluent in Spanish, English, and German, and is making a noble attempt to learn Mandarin.
Amanda Christian '98 - Vice President and Corporate Director of Procurement, CACI International Inc.
Amanda leads an organization of 100+ professionals that purchase goods and services with an approximate spend of $1.5B per year. Ms. Christian is responsible for building and maintaining a motivated and effective procurement organization that supports CACI’s long term business strategy. This entails implementing industry best practices while maintaining a DCMA Approved Purchasing System.
Dan Hurry - Chief Supply Chain Officer, Mercy Health
Dan leads the ministry’s supply chain operations, including procurement, logistics, sourcing and accounts payable in all acute and non-acute facilities. He came to Mercy Health from Tenet Healthcare where he was responsible for the Texas region supply chain operations, as well as strategy and logistics development for the Tenet enterprise of 85 hospitals and more than 200 outpatient facilities nationwide.