Mary is a board advisor, lecturer, writer, and international speaker. She has built an extensive supply chain career, most recently, as the Vice President of Logistics and Network Planning at Domino’s. Prior companies include Campbell’s Soup, General Mills, and Pepsi. Three outcomes have characterized her work: digital supply chain agility, customer-focused design, and stronger leaders and teams.
Mary has co-authored two white papers, “Future Trends Shaping Transportation” (2020) and “Young Women’s Perspectives on Supply Chain Diversity and Inclusion” (2019). She serves on the editorial board for Supply Chain Management Quarterly. She was named by the Bio Supply Management Alliance (BSMA) to “Who’s Who Women in Life Sciences.”
Her responsibilities have spanned global end to end supply chain and her areas of interest include advancing digital supply chain agility and accelerating humanitarian supply chain relief.
She earned her undergraduate degree in Quantitative Business Analysis from Cleveland State University and MBA in Operations and Logistics from Ohio State University.