Greetings to all CLEP Members Past, Present, and Future!
November was a busy month for the council as we held our first ever virtual workshop! Ten of our industry leading experts presented on critical topics generating 706 min of content! We will post these webinars on our member’s only section in the coming weeks.
I would be remiss if I didn’t recognize everyone that made the event possible.
First to all our presenters, moderators, and the board members that put the event together, Thank You for all the time and effort you put into the event. It went off without a hitch and really reflected your dedication to the profession.
Above all, a special thank you to Ms. Leigh Method and Mr. James V. Jones for joining us as keynote and closing speakers respectively. Ms. Method’s words on supply chain impacts of COVID were timely and relevant to many of us throughout Industry and Government. Mr. Jone’s words brought the Workshop home and helped tie all the topics together! We look forward to our next workshop in the future!
As we look to the future we’ve got a lot of opportunities on the horizon for 2022.
In early February 2022 we will have our annual “All membership meeting” to discuss the current status of the council. In addition, we will highlight professional development opportunities and volunteer opportunities within the Council. Finally we will conclude the meeting with the way forward for 2022.
We look forward to serving you all and continuing support the profession. If you have any suggestions, questions, or just want to chat, feel free to reach out to me at President@Logisticsengineers.org
Council of Logistics Engineering Professionals
“The council’s purpose is to advance Logistics Engineering through education and outreach. CLEP relies heavily on our volunteers to support the profession at large. If you are interested in assisting with operations, speaking at an event, or serving on a committee please feel free to contact myself (President@logisticsengineers.org), Dr. Ibarra (Operations@logisticsengineers.org), or Karen Wisne (Programs@logisticsengineers.org).”