Editors's Note: You may have noticed there haven't been any
entries into the Supply Chain Management blog in quite some time. Now that the
website is up and running and we've got some other projects underway, the blog
will be back on a more regular basis. Thanks for your patience.
Take a Walk on the Wild Side
Do you have the koalafications to have fun? Will it be pandamonium in the park? Alpaca your things and get to Supply Chain Management's annual summer event on Thursday, August 10, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Orange Memorial Park in South San Francisco.
Lunch will be served and there will be fun and games (kickball, bocce ball, frisbees) and a raffle. Details on food and directions will follow as the date gets closer. Make sure to accept the invitation on your calendars so we can get an accurate count of attendees.
If you have questions or comments, impawsable or not, please contact Carol Tady, Xenia Lazareva or Sonya Valencia. You can see the flyer here.
- Lian Sussmann says thank you so much to Xenia Lazareva for all of your help with the Summer Breakfast Social. We appreciate all that you did to help make the event a success, including the update emails on counts for those who accepted and the follow up reminder email to everyone to respond. Kudos to you!
- Melissa Gee says thank you to Larissa Garcia and Laura Morsony for your contributions to support the Thermo Fisher Scientific self-service supply centers program. They worked with the SCM Strategies and Communication teams to develop BearBuy guidance for the program and supported campus users at the program registration events.
- Greg Macway sends big kudos to Carol Tady and Ramsey Hanna for stewarding the Thermo Fisher Supply Center launch at Mission Bay.
- Congrats to Greg Macway for being named the National
Association of Educational Procurement (NAEP) 2017 Communicator of the Year. Macway, writes the “Heard on the Street” column for
NAEP’s Educational Procurement Journal and has served on the publication’s
editorial board for three years. He also is current President of the NAEP Pacific
Region, serving California, Nevada, Arizona, Hawaii and Alaska.