Advisory Board

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Melissa Dixon

Melissa Dixon

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Mike Dudinski

Mike Dudzinski

General Manager of Freight Management at ODW Logistics.

As GM, Mike Dudzinski is responsible for managing ODW’s enterprise-level transportation management accounts. ODW Logistics is a 3PL provider with a full suite of warehousing and transportation management services.  At ODW, we relentlessly pursue optimization and provide the visibility and execution to enable our customers to focus on their core business.Mike Graduated from Miami University in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in Operations and Supply Chain Management and completed the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) Certified Transportation Broker certification in 2020.  Throughout Mike’s career, he has gained an incredible amount of experience and knowledge in many facets of Logistics, particularly client implementations, technology and innovation, and on-site customer support across many parts of the country.  Named General Manager of the Freight Management division in 2020, Mike’s experiences have been valuable in building the program and trust with his clients. Mike has been recognized by ODW Logistics, as the 2018 Trust Award and 2021 Innovation Award recipient.

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Eric Dunnigan

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Mike Gardner

Mike Gardner

Mike is a native of Cincinnati, OH. He studied at Miami of Ohio under the late Tom Speh. He began his 40+ year career as a second shift supervisor working for Ken Ackerman at DCI (which was the foundation of the DHL Supply Chain Platform).  Mike has had a series of progressive leadership positions with GATX Logistics, APL Logistics, DHL Supply Chain and his most recent as CEO of Kane Logistics. Mike retired a few months ago and he is currently working in an Advisory capacity in the 3PL and Real Estate industries. He is a Founding Board Member of ALAN. In addition, he was just named to Miami University’s Supply Chain Center Board.

Mike has been married for 37 years. He and his Wife, Cynthia, have 3 daughters and 7 grandchildren. He is a Marathoner and long distance cyclist with no time for Golf. Mike is active in his church and a number of local charities including Pelotonia.

 

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Steven Katzfey

Steven is Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) for Stanley Black & Decker. He is responsible for the company’s digital procurement strategy that supports customer success, enables capabilities across our supply network and builds supply chain resiliency.

Prior to joining the company in November 2021, Steve held varying roles in supply chain and procurement, product marketing and product management. He has held increasing roles of responsibility most recently at Dover Corporation where he last served as Chief Supply Chain Officer. While there, he led responsibility for direct, indirect and logistics spend across all operating companies, locations and functions.

Steve earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Miami University and an MBA from DePaul University.

 

 Dennis Lutin

Dennis Lutwen

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 qudeer parekh

Qadeer Parekh

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matt pyatt 

Matt Pyatt

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Natalie Scott 

Natalie Scott

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Thomas Stallkamp

Tom is the founder and Principal of Collaborative Management, LLC, a private business consulting firm. Previously, from 2004 thru 2010 he was an Industrial Partner with Ripplewood Holdings LLC a New York based private equity firm where he concentrated on the automotive industry. From 2000 to 2004, he was Chief Executive Officer of MSX International, a business outsourcing firm. Prior to becoming Vice Chairman of DaimlerChrysler Corporation in 1999, Tom was its president and a member of its board of management. During his tenure at Chrysler, the company achieved the highest profit per unit of any major automobile manufacturer.

During his 40 year career in the auto industry, Tom became known for developing new business processes and enhanced partnerships with the supply community, thereby improving product quality and cost efficiencies. Under his leadership, Chrysler developed its Extended Enterprise™ concept and introduced SCORE (Supplier Cost Reduction Effort) as a structured approach to working jointly with suppliers in cost, product and process improvements. He is the author of “SCORE – A Better Way To Do Business,” (Wharton School Publishing, 2005) which details how firms can implement collaborative relationships, and co-author of “Getting Bigger by Growing Smaller,” Prentice Hall 2004.

Tom holds a BS in industrial management and economics and a MBA from Miami University (Ohio). He has been awarded honorary doctorate degrees from Georgetown University and Miami University. He has served on several public and private boards, most recently Baxter International and Borg Warner.

Tom and his wife, Ann, have two grown sons and they divide their time between residences in Florida and Michigan.

 

David Woodworth

David Woodworth

David is President at Cincinnati-based Terillium, inc. Terillium is a specialized consulting firm focused on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) for Oracle software products including JD Edwards, ERP Cloud and Netsuite. Terillium helps businesses implement, upgrade and maintain Oracle ERP Software. ERP is business management software including accounting and operations that enables organizations to use a single system to manage business processes.

David holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Miami University and is a board member of Miami’s Center for Supply Chain Excellence.