Australasian Supply Chain Institute announces new leadership for Victorian Chapter

16 Jun 2021 3:01 PM | Monique Fenech

Sydney, 16 June 2021: Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI) has announced new leadership for the ASCI Victorian Chapter, ASCI’s second largest region. The new appointments (volunteer roles) include:

  • Christine Miller, Chapter President
  • Daniel Majman, Chapter Vice President
  • Terry Bloom, Chapter Secretary
  • Martin Lewis RegPracLog, Committee member
  • Lee Rowland, Committee member

The Victorian ASCI supply chain community is largely dominated by FMCG and manufacturing supply chain specialists who have a keen interest in S&OP advancements as well as Industry 4.0 technology.

According to the ASCI President, Alexandra Riha RegPracOps, these appointments demonstrate commitment to local Victorian members to ensure that they have access to relevant and timely continued professional development activity in the state. 

“Christine has spent the last two years in the Vice President’s role under Matthew Jackson’s leadership and is well placed to take the Chapter to the next level,” said Alexandra.

Christine is a senior executive leader with deep international experience in supply chain. She has proven effectiveness in driving business transformation and delivering results. Christine has developed and implemented solutions covering strategy, network design, organisational design, operating models, cost reductions, and transition management. Christine leads CBRE’s Supply Chain Advisory practice in the Pacific Region and supports mentoring of emerging supply chain talent.  She’s active as an NED and currently sits on the board of Flinders Port Holdings in SA.     

Daniel Majman, Vice President, is a passionate and innovative transformation agent with 20 years of leadership experience within supply chain and operations across a variety of industry sectors and verticals. He is a driven leader, able to communicate effectively at all levels, with a focus on steering transformation strategies to reduce baseline costs and the creation of high performing team cultures allowing teams to thrive. He has delivered end to end supply chain transformation success backed by contemporary thinking through the delivery of continuous improvement frameworks and sustained commercial value creation across the value chain.

Terry Bloom, Secretary, is a supply chain professional currently working as a Senior Account Manager at Kettering Professional Services. He has almost 30 years' experience working exclusively with manufacturing companies to transform their business processes through the implementation and effective use of industry specific ERP solutions. He spent 25 years working for QAD in a variety of roles having started his career as a programmer before advancing through consulting, pre-sales and management positions.

Martin Lewis RegPracLog has over 20 years’ experience in all aspects of Supply Chain including S&OP and Planning, Logistics and Procurement. His experience includes delivery of significant projects in infrastructure, ERP systems, business change and cost optimisation using a combination of analysis, synthesis and stakeholder engagement. 

Lee Rowland has been an executive leader for many years, working across all aspects of the Supply Chain in a career spanning more than 20 years, he has been Supply Chain Director in the wine industry at Fine Wine Partners. He has worked as the National Logistics Leader driving the largest cold chain network in the country and is currently leading the Bega Dairy & Drinks Supply Chain Digital Transformation journey deploying Intelligent Automation tools such as RPA, OCR and AI. Lee is a qualified ASCI lecturer and maintains all current ASCI accreditations including CPIM, CLTD and CSCP as well as partner accreditations in S&OP/IBP and Demand Driven Planning.

“Our thanks goes to outgoing President, Matthew Jackson, for his hospitality and enthusiasm hosting our events and webinars for the past two years. He has fostered a community culture of networking and sharing that we know will be carried on in the new committee. 

“Congratulations to Christine, Daniel, Lee, Martin and Terry on your appointments and we look forward to your leadership in Victoria,” said Alexandra.

 

ENDS

About Australasian Supply Chain Institute

Australasian Supply Chain Institute is the not-for-profit Professional Accreditation Body for Supply Chain Management In Australia. Drawing from its education heritage since 1964, ASCI has developed a professional framework to the requirements of the Professional Standards Authority and runs a Professional Accreditation Scheme that makes available registration to the entire supply chain management community.

ASCI provides access to a Continued Professional Development program, including global industry certifications, webinars, events, podcasts, research and resources for registration maintenance and professional learning. 

Please visit www.asci.org.au for more information about our registrations, memberships and programs. For more information, or to arrange an interview, please contact Monique Fenech on 0439 320 152.

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