The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) has announced the winners of this year's Emerging Leader Award: Anahi Arza, logistics operations lead at consumer goods company Unilever, and Parker Holcomb, founder and chief executive officer of freight broker CoLane. The winners will be presented with their awards during the opening general session of CSCMP's EDGE Conference in Anaheim, California, on September 16, 2019.
The Emerging Leader Award was created to recognize up-and-coming leaders in the supply chain management field for their meaningful contributions to and future influence on the profession.
Originally from Paraguay, Arza has worked in supply chain management for the past four years in Barcelona, Spain. Prior to working at Unilever, Arza was involved in supply chain planning projects at Schneider Electric and served as an area manager leading a team of more than 100 people that launched a new Amazon fulfillment center in Barcelona.
Parker Holcomb is the founder of CoLane, a Chicago-based company that operates as a technology-enabled freight brokerage. Holcomb is passionate about automating routine tasks so that humans can focus on what they're best at: creativity and relationships.
CSCMP's EDGE Conferencewill feature more than30 hours of educational contentand25 hours of dedicated networking. For more information and registration details, visit cscmpconference.org.