My Purchasing Center Editorial Board

By Guest Contributor

June 01, 2011 at 2:55 PM

My Purchasing Center Editorial Advisory Board

Our editorial team is made up of award-winning journalists who have years of experience covering the procurement and supply management profession. To maximize the value of our content to readers, our editorial team works directly with our advisory board to guide our content strategy. In addition, members of the advisory board participate directly in live online interviews (podcasts and webcasts), offering expert commentary on issues important to the procurement profession.

  • Quave Burton, Vice President, Global Expense Management, Abercrombie & Fitch
  • John MacLean, Vice President, Purchasing and Transportation, American Airlines
  • Bill Mangen, Vice President, Strategic Sourcing, Procurement and Supplier Diversity, Cox Communications
  • Heidi Landry-Chan, Vice President and CPO, Dow Corning Corporation
  • Sankalp Navjivan, Global Director, Strategic Sourcing and Supply Chain, MSA
  • David Butler, Vice President, Global Operations and Supply Chain, Philips Healthcare
  • Brent Shinall, Vice President, Supply Chain Management, Rowan Companies
  • John Bradshaw, Supply Chain Executive, TPG Capital 
  • William E. Bagley, Vice President, Global Procurement, Unum
  • Ken Syme, Senior Vice President of Global Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Procurement, Xerox
  • Anup Varghese, Procurement and Supply Chain Specialist, University of Oxford

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