Dr. Nada Sanders Presents Global Supply Chains: Current State, the Future, and Using Collective Intelligence for Redesign
A special congratulations to GRI Faculty Affiliate Dr. Nada Sanders has been selected as the 58th Robert D. Klein Lecturer!
The Klein University Lecturer Award was established in 1964, upon the recommendation of the Faculty Senate, and honors a member of the faculty who has contributed with distinction to their own field of study. The Klein University Lecture enables that faculty member to share the fruits of that scholarship with the university community and the general public. In 1979, the award was renamed in tribute to the late Robert D. Klein, professor of mathematics, chair of the Faculty Senate Agenda Committee, and vice-chair of the Faculty Senate.
Dr. Sanders’ will be delivering her talk on the Redesign of Global Supply Chains at 2:00 pm (ET) on Tuesday, April 5, 2022, in person at the John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute Cabral Center and via live stream on the Northeastern University Facebook page. Dr. Sanders is an internationally recognized thought leader and expert in forecasting, predictive analytics, risk management, and supply chain management. Her expertise is identifying best practices in forecasting, developing an enterprise technology strategy, digital transformation, understanding systems, and creating resilient supply chains. Throughout her career, she has successfully held a range of leadership roles in both academic and professional organizations and is an award-winning teacher and scholar.