Video: Women In Logistics – Lean In Moment Part 2

eft is proud to present the second part of its video focusing on women in logistics. This second instalment provides insight on 'Lean In' moments from the careers of Susan Kichuk, SVP Corporate Development, DB Schenker, and Kelli Saunders,...

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Susan Kichuk – Senior Vice President Corporate Development at DB Schenker

Kelli Saunders – President at Morai Logistics

Sheila Hewitt – Vice President International at Transplace

Andrea Hargrave – Senior Manager Supply Chain International at USG Corporation

Lisa Dolan – Vice President Supply Chain Strategy at ALOM

Moderated by Michele CarrollCarrollco Marketing

Women in Logistics Panel - Lean in moment part 2 – Watch here

The Women in Logistics panel started by looking at each woman’s path into the logistics industry and therole being a women played in the male-dominated industryof logistics. The panel was one of the highlights of the whole 3PL Summit, with some of the most passionate, personal discussions of the event. With such great discussion, we’ve divided up the recorded session into multiple videos to give you a glimpse at the work leading women are doing in logistics, how they got to their high-level roles, what the key moments were along the way, and how they see the role of women in the industry evolving.

In video part 1, Michele Carroll spoke about Sheryl Sandberg’s (COO of Facebook) recent book ‘Lean in’ and how women tend to let lean in moments pass by. Using the ‘Lean in’ concept, Michele asked the panellists to divulge their ‘Lean In’ career moments. This video is the second in a two-part series on ‘Lean in’ and includes insight on Susan Kichuk’s and Kelli Saunders’  ‘Lean In’ moments.

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