Fall 2019 Keynote Speakers

Kathy Wengel, Executive Vice President and Chief Global Supply Chain Officer, Johnson & Johnson 

Session: Supply Chain Reimagined – Roles and Dynamics for the Future
As Executive Vice President and Chief Global Supply Chain Officer at Johnson & Johnson, Kathy Wengel not only leads a supply chain organization that brings healthcare products and services to more than a billion patients and consumers, she also takes time to give back to the field. For that commitment to advancing the profession, Kathy was recognized by CSCMP as the 2019 Distinguished Service Award recipient, the industry’s top individual supply chain honor. In 2015, Kathy received both the National Association of Female Executives’ Women of Excellence Award and the Thinkers & Movers Award for innovative leadership from DSC Logistics.

Ivan Tchakarov, Director of Operations, Google Shopping

Session: Google Shopping
Ivan Tchakarov is the Director of Operations for Google Shopping, responsible for e-commerce operations, fulfillment experiences, logistics strategy, and solutions. He has over twenty years of Supply Chain Strategy and Operations experience with companies like Sears Holdings, UPS, and Accenture. Ivan holds an MBA degree with a concentration in Logistics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Michelle Hook, Vice President – Finance, Global Operations, Domino's

Session: Supply Chain and Finance – Enabling Growth
Michelle Hook, Vice President – Finance, Global Operations at Domino’s, leads the teams responsible for supporting the company’s global store operations. Michelle served as Vice President of Finance and Treasury from 2016 to 2018. Since joining the company in 2003, she has held various accounting and finance roles with increasing responsibilities. Michelle was a member of the company’s initial public offering team in 2004, as well as numerous recapitalization teams.

Tom McKenzie, Vice President North America Logistics Operations & Global Services Transportation Operations, Dell

Session: Leveraging Visualization to Drive Performance
As Vice President of North America Logistics Operations and Global Services Transportation Operations at Dell, Tom McKenzie ensures products and spare parts are delivered to customers as promised with best-of-breed operational and cost efficiency. During his leadership, Tom has progressed global reporting and analytics capability within the logistics organization enabling significant improvement in data accessibility, leading to speedier insights that drive improved business action and outcomes.