Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM PST
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Harvey Mudd College 
301 Platt Boulevard,
Claremont,, CA 91711

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Lisa Anderson 

APICS-IE Fall 2019 Symposium

Southern California can become the world’s leader in advanced manufacturing and logistics.

Robotics | IoT | Additive Manufacturing | Autonomous Vehicles |GIP Mapping | Smart Clean Logistics Technologies

From aerospace to consumer products, innovations in advanced manufacturing and logistics can be game changers. Our panel discussion will address how collaboration can set the stage when responding to the latest trends, pressing priorities and challenging issues.


Meet the Panelists

Cindy Elliott 

Global Go-To-Market Strategy - Manufacturing and Logistics, ESRI

Cindy Elliott heads ESRI’s commercial industry marketing team. She helps to shape the role of geospatial analytics within the manufacturing industry related to new market analysis, supply chain operations and advanced services. For more than fifteen years, Cindy has worked with global manufacturers and enterprise class technology companies to influence customer-focused business transformation.

Adam Brammer

Divisional Vice President and Business Unit Manager, AMETEK Ameron

Adam Brammer has excellent leadership skills as well as outstanding experience in aircraft systems manufacturing. In his role as Divisional VP and Business Unit Manager at AMETEK Ameron, he has overall profit and loss responsibility along with responsibility for developing and implementing AMERON’s strategic growth plan.

Kevin Meredith

Founder, Fourth Sector OntarioFormer Boeing Executive

4th Sector Ontario is a premier innovation and entrepreneurship collective primarily focused on commerce and logistics technology development and is comprised of co-working, business incubator, business accelerator, small business/community outreach, and corporate innovation programs conveniently located under one roof.

Ann Lee Carpenter

CEO & Co-Founder, Braid Theory

Ann Lee Carpenter brings more than 30 years of experience in strategic planning, marketing, business development and community outreach in private industry, nonprofit organizations and as an entrepreneur. Carpenter is the inventor of Braid Theory methodology: weaving together tech entrepreneurs, industry influencers. The ultimate goal of the process is to accelerate adoption of transformative technology, drive market growth and create profitable collaborations.

James Kesler

Cargo Development Manager, Ontario International Airport

James Kesler has over 25 years of combined experience in engineering, construction and logistics. As Head of Cargo and Development for Ontario International Airport, Kesler oversees the strategic development, service and expansion of ONT’s air cargo operations with major shippers, airlines and freight forwarders. He is currently working with FedEx on its $300 million relocation, expansion and development of a new state-of-the-art sorting facility at ONT to increase capacity.