LQ is pleased to announce that Loray Mosher, PhD, has accepted LQ’s invitation to join its Advisory Board
Loray D. Mosher, PhD, is Assistant Director at the Supply Chain Management Research Center (SCMRC), in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas. Prior to working with the SCMRC, Dr. Mosher spent time as a Counselor, a Vice Principal, a University professor, as well as concurrently running a small business. She is also the founder and Executive Director of the 5013(c) Corporation Global Education Foundation. Her commitment to matters related to diversity and inclusion are such that she went on to obtain a Doctoral Degree in Leadership for Educational Justice in 2010. Though her originating lens is education related, her contributions to the world of business leadership are exemplary.
About The Supply Chain Management Research Center in the Walton College:
The Supply Chain Management Research Center in the Walton College, established in 1996, is a direct link between the private sector and the University of Arkansas supply chain resources. It sponsors activities that promote both the academic and general body of knowledge encompassing supply chain management. The center also supports the college’s Department of Supply Chain Management established in July 2011.
Current members of the Center's business board are: ABF Freight System, Inc., Accenture, BNSF Logistics, Braiform, Campbell Soup Company, Caterpillar Logistics Inc., CHAINalytics, CHEP, Chiquita Brands, Clorox, Colgate-Palmolive, ConAgra Foods, COTY Beauty LLC, Dean Foods, Dillard's, Inc., ES3, FedEx Freight, First Quality, GENCO, General Mills, Hilti, J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc., JDA Software Group, Johnson & Johnson, The Kellogg Company, Kimberly-Clark, Kraft Foods, The Nestlé Group, New Creature, Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, Procter & Gamble, Sam's Club, S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc., The Sun Products Corporation, Transplace, Tyson Foods, Inc., Unilever, and Walmart.
LQ’s Advisory Board
As a resource for logisticians, academics and executives in other disciplines in the United States and Canada, LQ offers ideas for leadership in logistics, supply chain management and transportation, and provides a unique bridge between business, academia and practitioners. LQ’s advisory board and contributors afford authoritative thinking on the complex and fast-changing work of the logistics and supply chain management business — with a unique focus on best practices in the United States and Canada. LQ’s board plays a pivotal role in providing direction for LQ Magazine and LQ’s bi-annual symposiums.