Bartels Fellowship Lecture
Shelley Stewart ’90 EMBA, vice president of sourcing and logistics and chief procurement officer at DuPont, a world leader in market-driven innovation and science, will present this fall’s Bartels Fellowship lecture.
His talk, titled “Creating the Right Balance,” is at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 13, in University Theater in Dodds Hall and is open to all students, faculty and staff.
Stewart joined DuPont in 2012 after spending nine years at Tyco International, most recently as vice president of sourcing and logistics and chief procurement officer, where he was responsible for $13 billion in procurement spending. He was recognized in 2012 by Black Enterprise magazine as one of the most powerful executives in corporate America.
An experienced supply chain manager, Stewart held previous positions as vice president of Tyco’s supply chain, senior vice president of supply chain management at Invensys PLC in London and vice president for supply chain management for Raytheon. He also spent 18 years at United Technologies.
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