Supply Chain Chapter Committee Members

co-chair

Lidija Tislijar
Anna Sparty

“If you want something said, ask a man: if you want something done, ask a woman.” – Margaret Thatcher

 It is my time to Lift Up diverse talents and share what I have experienced in different roles and countries, always in Supply Chain.

Lead Network is great, passionate place where we can connect, educate, and leverage the power of female talents and male allies across different companies, functions, countries and generations.

I am excited to team up with Lead Network and contribute to carrier building of female talents in supply chain and also to take male allies along.

 

Supply Chain Director
Eastern Europe
Beiersdorf

co-chair

Lidija Tislijar
Eva Cullen

I am thrilled to join LEAD Network as Co-Chair of the Supply Chain Chapter.  There is such a significant opportunity to drive increased diversity across all areas of Supply Chain where there are both rewarding and dynamic careers.  I look forward to working with LEAD and the Chapter in realising this potential and collaborating with some amazing leaders within the LEAD Network.

Partner & Head of Customer Fulfilment Operations 
John Lewis Partnership

education & events

Lidija Tislijar
Evelyn Battye

I love the opportunities the LEAD network offers to collaborate with teams of different but like-minded people across Europe. We’re all committed to advancing diversity and we have a real passion for Supply Chain! As the Head of Supply Chain for a fast growing challenger brand I find it really energising and valuable to connect with the different members of the Supply chain chapter and understand the breadth of our industries better. As a chapter  I particularly enjoy seeing our ideas coming to life, as we provoke discussion and action on inclusion in Supply Chain and FMCG.

Head of Supply Chain
Longbottom

education & events

Lidija Tislijar
Elena Camarasa

Supply Chain Director Digital Transformation
Kellogg’s

education & events

Lidija Tislijar
Florence Constant

Director Health Safety and
Supply Chain EMEA
McCormick

 

education & events

Lidija Tislijar
Caroline Gidrol

Being part of the Supply Chain Chapter committee is a great opportunity to share best practices, to exchange, collaborate with peers of other industries on supply chain challenges and common topics. I am curious, open-minded, love learning, and connecting with people. LEAD Network is offering me the opportunity to develop all of these!

Project Management Office
Supply Chain Strategic Programs
Mondelēz

education & events

Lidija Tislijar
Isabel Steinhübel

Having spent a year volunteering in a small village in Tanzania after my high school degree, I learned how many unconscious biases can hinder us from achieving our full potential. With this experience, I became convinced that we should remove barriers and foster diversity to become the best performing teams possible. In my opinion, creating an inclusive environment is particularly important in such an international, but male-dominated environment such as supply chain. Being a member of the grassroots initiative #SisterhoodisPower, aiming to empower women, partnering with LEAD Network is such a great opportunity to carry this mission further. 

I am excited to take part in this journey and connect, educate, and strengthen diversity and inclusion in supply chain.  

Associate – Manufacturing
& Supply Chain
McKinsey & Company

education & events

Lidija Tislijar
Secil Ozekin Erdogan

I am a true believer of equal opportunities for men and women in all areas of life. Through LEAD Network, I was able to be part of the action where as volunteers together in Chapters we had a chance to showcase role models, bring diversity and inclusion to life, supporting women in supply chain and beyond. In a functional area like supply chain where success lies in achieving balance, seeing more and more young women professionals is my passion and goal going forward.

Senkron Coach
Management Consultant
Engage & Grow Global Coach

education & events

Lidija Tislijar
Alice Page

Supply Planning and Transformation Manager
Bel

education & events

Lidija Tislijar
Judith Spring

Executive and Leadership Coach
Kingstown College

marketing & communications

Lidija Tislijar
Florian Lehmkuhl

Equality, fairness and respect should be status quo everywhere. Unfortunately they are not. During my working life as an engineer and watchmaker in Supply Chain I felt supported and pushed to reach my ambitions. I want all people to get the same possibilities and feelings no matter which gender, ethnic group or so called ability a human being has. Luckily there are a lot of engaged leaders in LEAD Network with whom I can learn how to open up for change. I take this as my responsibility. It is why I am a volunteer at LEAD Network especially in Supply Chain Chapter.

Technische Universität Hamburg

marketing & communications

Lidija Tislijar
Kathryn Martin

I believe strongly in the power of both individuals and teams to drive real change and enable an inclusive and diverse working environment. I am proud to be part of the LEAD Network, sharing my passion for Supply Chain in my role as Marketing & Communications committee member for the Supply Chain Chapter.

Director UK Manufacturing
Kimberly-Clark

marketing & communications

Lidija Tislijar
Mihaela Musat

HR Strategic Lead
Integrated Supply

Asahi

marketing & communications

Lidija Tislijar
Lindy de Waal

We are stronger together. Together to me doesn’t mean a bigger number of the same people, but a huge variety of ideas, experiences, personalities, thoughts & cultures. We can get only get better, or stronger, if we actually use our differences and if we ensure people can express themselves. I’m very excited to be part of the LEAD Network in the Supply Chain Chapter and contribute to a diverse & inclusive workplace in the Supply Chain Industry.

Sr. HR Business Partner Supply
Reckitt

membership / CRM

Lidija Tislijar
Belen Fabregas

As part of a big family with 5 sisters & 3 brothers, I have learn by hard the value of equal opportunities and I am a true believer of those for men and women in all areas of life. Through LEAD Network, in specifically in the Supply Chain function we can drive a more balance gender work environment, thanks to sharing best practices, to exchanging and collaborating with peers facing the same challenges. I am proud to be part of the LEAD network, in my role as CRM committee member for the Supply Chain Chapter.

Supply Planning CoE Director
PepsiCo

MEMBERSHIP

Lidija Tislijar
Beyza Ozduygu

Director Supply Chain
Unilever

membership

Lidija Tislijar
Paula Madeira

Global Supply Chain Manager
Foods & Refreshments
Unilever

membership

Lidija Tislijar
Toon Muylkens

Throughout my career I have taken multiple roles in FMCG Supply Chain and I’ve always been passionate about Change. I’ve enjoyed all elements from envisioning, to building-alliances, to implementation. I’ve taken various roles on i.a. Supply Chain Network optimization, Digitalization, Capital Project Management and Sustainable Packaging.

I’m convinced that change is the only constant in our lives and we are challenged to make it change for the better. As a father of two boys and a girl, I’m confident we all do better when we stick together and have the courage to challenge our own biases and assumptions. I believe we must look beyond individuals, men or women, to make change stick and will have to build a new shared narrative on how we want to world to work. In joining the LEAD Network I want to learn and contribute to diversity & inclusion in Supply Chains.

Senior Program Manager
European Supply Chain
Kellogg’s