Hosts: Mike Ogle and Rodney Apple
In This Episode:
we have a conversation with Kathy Fulton, Executive Director for the American Logistics Aid Network, an organization that delivers logistics information, services, and equipment to ensure communities have continuity of nourishment, hydration, and medical care during a crisis. Kathy shares her own supply chain journey, from mathematics, to information systems, to becoming a loaned executive, then permanent executive director for the ALAN organization. Kathy tells us how the collection of nonprofits works together to provide logistics services during disasters and crises, plus she shares ideas about mentoring, continuously learning, career trends, and the best advice that guides her own career in supply chain.
Kathy Fulton Bio:
Kathy Fulton is Executive Director for American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN). She leads the organization in delivering logistics information, services, and equipment to ensure communities have continuity of nourishment, hydration, and medical care during crises. The focus is on the critical role logistics and supply chain professionals play in disaster relief. Fulton was previously Sr. Manager of Information Technology Services at Saddle Creek Logistics Services where she led IT infrastructure implementation and support, corporate systems, and business continuity planning. She has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Northwestern State University of Louisiana and a Master’s degrees in Business Administration (concentration in Supply Chain Management) and Management Information Systems from the University of South Florida.