The last year and a half has shaken the supply chain plans of every industry, particularly the transportation and manufacturing sectors. Supply shortages threaten manufacturers’ ability to meet demand, and the semiconductor chip shortage threatens to hobble the emerging global recovery.
Join us as Ernst & Young LLP, IndustryWeek and FleetOwner panelists explore these critical issues facing the transportation and manufacturing sectors. We’ll examine both global issues and actions individual companies can take to create tomorrow’s supply chain today.
In this webinar, you will learn:
We’ll also share insights from supply chain advisors on:
Regenia Sanders, EY Americas and US Central Region Supply Chain & Operations Leader
Regenia leads the Americas supply chain practice for the Central Region of the United States. She has 22 years of experience driving supply chain assessment and transformation projects, spanning sourcing, procurement and planning to fulfillment for Fortune 500 and private equity portfolio companies. Most of her experience is in the industrial manufacturing industry, where she has both advised and helped clients to innovate their supply chains and find efficiencies through process improvement, while leveraging analytics and advanced supply chain solutions. She has also supported the integration of these solutions with ERP globally. Regenia holds a BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering and a MSc degree in Materials Engineering from Auburn University.
Steve Patton, EY Americas Mobility Sector Leader
Steve is currently Americas Mobility Sector Leader responsible for coordinating EY’s efforts in working with Automotive and Transportation clients in the Americas. His prior leadership roles include Americas Automotive Advisory leader and Central Region Performance Improvement leader. He continues to directly serve as Global Coordinating Partner at some of Ernst & Young LLP’s largest Mobility accounts, including several passenger and commercial vehicle OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers as well. Prior to EY, he served in various engineering management capacities at General Electric and Lockheed Space Operations Company. He has several internal and external network affiliations and is frequently involved in mentoring young professionals early in their careers. In addition, Steve is very involved in many philanthropic organizations including Easter Seals, United Way, and Junior Achievement. His education includes a BS Aerospace Engineering from WVU and an MBA from Xavier University.