Fostering supply chain innovation in retail manufacturing

by · Apr 23, 2019

Audrey RossA former art student, Audrey Ross always knew her career path within supply chain and manufacturing was atypical. Today, as a logistics and customs specialist at Orchard Custom Beauty (a leader in product development and manufacturing for the beauty industry), she combines her creative inclinations with the kind of technical and process orientation skills it takes to be successful in this competitive field. In her role, Audrey provides not only in-house expertise on global shipping, supply chain operations, and customs and international tax, she is paving new ways for her product development and supply chain teams to add creativity in what are usually non-creative roles.

Read more about her story here.

 

This blog is part of our Women in Supply Chain series, in partnership with Sarah Barnes-Humphrey, host of the popular Let’s Talk Supply Chain.

Don’t miss these other Women in Supply Chain podcasts and blogs:

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