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David Spear. Artist in Residence 2017

Composer, conductor and pianist, David Spear will be teaching Arts & Jewish Experience in Fall 2017. This course is a special opportunity for students to compose, perform, and record a new score and sound for a recently restored silent film, "Jewish Luck" (1925)
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Daniel Wong

Instructor. Daniel has over 20 years of progressive leadership expertise in transportation, supply chain management, business system and strategy consulting. His background also includes studying the impacts of globalization, information technology development and business management frameworks. Most recently he was with Vestas, where he was the Global Category Sourcing Manager. Prior to that, Daniel was the Vice President of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at North Pacific, a Portland-based wholesale distributor of building materials, industrial wood products and other specialty products. Daniel served as the Director of Supply Chain process improvement at Longview Fibre Company in Longview, Washington. At Sapient, he led their Asian expansions and launched Sapient’s consulting subsidiary in Tokyo, Japan. He received a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering from Oregon State University and a Master degree in the Management of Science and Technology from the school of OGI/Oregon Health and Science University. He was a past Treasurer for the North American Rail Shippers Association. Daniel is also a past President and current board member for the Pacific Northwest Association of Rail Shippers.
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M. Stephen Mahaffey

Instructor. M. Stephen Mahaffey recently joined the PSU faculty in the School of Business, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the Supply and Logistics Management and MS Global Supply Chain Management programs. Stephen has over 30 years of executive management experience and was part of the management team that grew a less than $200 million national organization to a $1.87 billion industry leader. His career has spanned across leading supply chain, operations and sales management. His executive sales management experience uniquely compliments his supply chain leadership, enabling him to appreciate the customers’ experience as he has delivered supply chain best practices. Over much of his career he has helped independent businesses ranging from a few million to over $100 million in revenues to address their respective business evolution challenges in the area of Sales, Operations, and Supply Chain management. Stephen’s teaching style: “I approach the classroom as I do with business; in a collaborative style that engages and energizes internal talent with external body of knowledge to deliver best practice advancements.”
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Alicia Garrison

Instructor. Alicia is an astute and resourceful technical leader who can quickly assess a situation and effectively communicate a plan of action, which help organizations plan and implement practical and sustainable solutions. With a degree in Botany and more than 15+ years of experience in supply chain, Alicia offers clients a diverse set of skills to improve operational efficiency – including quality assurance management, engineering and operations management. Alicia is a straightforward, concise leader driven by a passion to engage all levels of an organization in achieving client goals. She specializes in the following areas: leadership coaching, re-designing processes to improve efficiency utilizing lean principles, manufacturing program development and shop floor deployment, creating a safety culture and plant start-ups.
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Jay Fortenberry

Instructor. Jay Fortenberry is a cash to cash cycle expert, teacher, mentor and author. An internationally recognized supply chain leader, Jay has had a storied, decades-long career with companies such as Honeywell, Toyota and John Deere. He designed and operated global networks serving 164 countries and 86 distribution facilities, reduced inventory by hundreds of millions of dollars using cash conversion metrics and identified millions more in logistics cost savings. Jay’s portfolio encompasses global recruiting, human resource management, SIOP, logistics operations and sourcing, trade compliance, and acquisition integration.
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Scott DuHadway

Instructor. Scott DuHadway is an Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management at Portland State University. Dr. DuHadway received a Ph.D. in Operations and Sourcing from Michigan State University, and a B.S. degree in both Operations Management and Business Administration from Utah State University. His research explores the dark-side of supplier relationship such as opportunistic behavior, conflict, interorganizational fraud, and disruptions due to intentional supplier behavior. Most of his research explores interface between organizational behavior theories in the supply chain context with an emphasis in supplier relationship management and risk.
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Teri Danielson

Instructor. An insightful and determined leader, Teri works closely with food and beverage industry clients to design, develop and implement measurable improvements to plant operations and food safety programs. In addition, she works with companies to launch products, develop sensory programs and design custom solutions for a range of manufacturing environments. With a broad range of experience in her 20+ years in food and beverage manufacturing and quality assurance, clients benefit from Teri’s varied background where she has worked for both local start-ups and international companies. Teri specializes in the following areas: working with clients to deploy company strategy, re-designing processes to maximize efficiency, assessing and improving quality systems and managing projects and new product implementations.
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Steven Carnovale

Instructor. Dr. Carnovale is an expert supply chain strategist and econometrician who specializes in interfirm networks, risk management, supplier selection & relationship management, global sourcing strategies and global production networks with a specific focus on equityand non-equity-based partnerships. Dr. Carnovale has published more than 35 journal articles and conference proceedings. Dr. Carnovale earned his B.S. and PhD degrees at Rutgers University, specializing in Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences. Dr. Carnovale is a frequent speaker at both academic and professional supply chain meetings. His presentations generally focus on the topic of supply networks and analytics, with a specific focus on how firms can use these concepts to generate enhanced visibility and financial performance within their supply chains and extended enterprises. In addition, Dr. Carnovale frequently engages in consultative arrangements with several large and mid-size firms. Prior to his academic work he co-founded a marketing strategy and consulting firm, worked in sales and operations management roles in the IT sector, as well as in market research and marketing analytics roles.
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Steve Brook

Instructor. Steve Brook is an accomplished leader with 30 years of diverse consulting and executive experience. Steve is the founder of Atainium, Inc., established to help make organizations more effective so they focus on doing the right things in the best possible way. Steve is a natural enabler always working to improve the capabilities of the organizations and skilled at integrating people, processes, and technology to deliver tangible results. Steve has worked with business leaders and executives of organizations such as Nike, Linear, PGE, Mercy Corps, Kroger, Albertsons, Nautilus, US Bank, Salem Health, and Fiserv. Steve is a certified PMP and an adjunct professor teaching project management at Portland State University.
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