University of Tennessee

Mary Long

Department: Supply Chain Management

Title: Lecturer

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Long is a board advisor, lecturer writer, and international speaker. She has built an extensive supply chain career, most recently as the VP of logistics and network planning at Domino’s. Prior companies include Campbell’s Soup, General Mills, Pillsbury and Quaker Oats/Gatorade. Her responsibilities have spanned from global supply, manufacturing, logistics and customer collaboration. Three outcomes have characterized her work:

  • Better data strategies and insights
  • More agile and customer-focused strategies
  • Stronger leaders and teams

In 2017, Long made a leap from industry into academia to be a full-time supply chain evangelist through her roles as lecturer and managing director of the Global Supply Chain Institute’s Forum at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville‘s Haslam College of Business. She has served as chair of the board of directors of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and serves on the advisory boards for AWESOMEleaders.org, ALAN (American Logistics Aid Network) and Hassett Logistics. Long sits on the editorial board for Supply Chain Quarterly and the review board for Journal of Supply Chain Management, Logistics, and Procurement. Long has an undergraduate degree in quantitative business analysis from Cleveland State University and an MBA in operations and logistics from The Ohio State University.

Research Focus

Some webinars she’s participated in:

Supply Chain: Keeping the Lights On
CSCMP NE Roundtable and Venture Cafe May 14, 2020
Panelist

Overcoming a Disrupted Supply Chain
Corporate Director’s Forum May 20, 2020
Panelist

CPG/DTC eCommerce and Packaging Webinar
ECOMM Pack May 28, 2020
Moderator