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Topic:  Sustainable Supply Chain: Challenges, Opportunities, and Collaborations.
Conversation Starter:  Susan ForsellVP Sustainability and Sustainable Supply Chain for McDonald’s USA

There is also strong possibility that we will have a representative from one of McDonald’s vendors to expand our discussion and explore deeper the relationships in sustainable supply chains.

Date: Thursday, May 21st, 2015 – 8:00am-12:30
Location: Disclosed only to attendees – metro Milwaukee

Susan ForsellBio: Susan Forsell is responsible for leading the advancement of environmental and sustainable supply strategies and initiatives for McDonald’s U.S. business, including initiatives focused on recycling and waste management, energy efficiency, and sustainable sourcing.  Prior to her current role, Susan served as VP, Quality Systems, where she was responsible for leading the strategy and implementation of McDonald’s quality assurance, food safety, and sustainable supply policies and programs.  A 20-year veteran, Susan started her career with McDonald’s Asia Pacific operations in 1992. She has risen through the ranks, holding various supply chain management positions including Asia Pacific Zone Purchasing Director and Central Division Senior Director, Supply Chain Management. She also devotes her time to the Ronald McDonald’s House Charities and the Jr. Achievement Volunteer Program.

Remember: We’re all experts in the room.  Whether you are a seasoned veteran or just starting your company’s sustainability journey, we all bring a wealth of knowledge, perspective, and experience to the table. Come engage the conversation with us.

Space is limited for this event. Become a member today to guarantee a seat. Each corporate membership includes two seats at the roundtable.

Interested in attending or learning how your company can become involved in the Milwaukee Sustainability Roundtable? Contact Matthew at 414-939-3594

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