Kelly is a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP, in the Manufacturing Operations practice. She has over 15 years of strategy and operations management experience, leading projects in the consumer business, hard-core manufacturing and life sciences industries. Kelly also leads the national recruiting program for the Strategy and Operations practice.
In consulting, Kelly has provided services involving supply chain and process excellence for several large clients. She prides herself on her ability to help clients through complex transformations. A few noteworthy examples include helping a government organization to develop a multi-billion dollar business case to streamline their aviation supply chain and maintenance processes, advising a life sciences company through a full business lifecycle (divestiture through readiness for IPO/acquisition) and helping an executive team through the development of one of the most ambitious business transformation strategies in their industry.
Kelly has an Industrial and Systems Engineering degree from Virginia Tech and an MBA from Duke University. Kelly is also a certified Master Black Belt in Lean/Six Sigma and is actively involved in developing thought leadership around the Downturn Initiative.
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Principal - Deloitte Consulting LLP (professional)
Deloitte LLP have professionals with a single focus: serving our clients and helping them solve their toughest problems. We work in four key business areas—audit, financial advisory, tax and consulting—but our real strength comes from combining the talents of those groups to address clients' needs. As the world’s largest management consulting firm, we help organizations build value by uncovering insights that create new futures and doing the hard work to improve performance.
Virginia Tech: Bachelor of Science, Industrial and Systems Engineering
Duke University - Fuqua School of Business: MBA
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Southern Center for International Studies' Young Professionals Annual Conference Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business
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Managing Supply Chain Risk: A Proactive Approach
Supply chain practices, macroeconomic forces, and emerging trends have dramatically increased supply chain risks and have resulted in significant impacts on shareholder and brand value. The degree of supply chain resiliency ties directly to the ability to proactively mitigate the exposure to and impact of risks. The discussion will outline how governance, ownership and analytics are key, and how traditional methods and outdated mechanisms may not create the impetus to work on supply chain risks.
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