SCLAA Announces New Directors
The SCLAA is proud to announce that at the November Board Meeting in Sydney, the SCLAA Board elected two new Independent Directors and the VIC/TAS Division confirmed the election of their new VIC/TAS Director.
Independent Director – Patrick Ingenegeren
Patrick has over 20 years’ experience in supply chain management and logistics across Australia and Europe with extensive industry experience in automotive, marine, retail and OEM specialised electronics. He is a key member of the leadership team of warehousing specialist TT Logistics, has held several senior management positions and taken responsibility for boarder organisational transformation programs. With a passion for sales, client development and driving operational efficiencies Patrick stimulates continuous improvement and is well networked. Businesses are putting a premium on credibility, knowledge of their business and the ability to communicate value and Patrick believes the SCLAA plays an important role in developing supply chain and logistics professionals to meet these expectations. In other words Patrick has a unique understanding of what Australian companies are expecting from their service providers.
Patrick holds a bachelor of business and has also held former board positions including the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce Australia.”
Independent Director – Erica Gilcrist
Erica Gilcrist has been involved in the Supply Chain and Logistics industry for over 20 years. Originally from Detroit, Michigan (USA), Erica spent the first six years of her career working with General Motors both within the 3PL and 4PL space globally. Her experience spans across the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. With expertise in strategic process and business (re) alignment and growth, Erica has worked with/for some of Australia’s leading organisations including Holden, Toll Logistics, Target Australia, Amcor Paper (now Orora), and BlueScope Steel. During her tenure as a private business owner, Erica also sat as Director for Bendigo Community Bank as well as a Regional Delegate on the Mornington Peninsula Tourism Board of Directors. Erica holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Communication from Michigan State University.
SCLAA VIC/TAS Director – Daniel Esdaile
Dan is an experienced operations and supply chain leader, and currently a Management Consulting at PwC; he brings multiple years industry and professional services experience across a number of industries including, retail, health, food services & manufacturing, wagering, utilities and finance.
Dan has demonstrated expertise in implementing large scale transformation programs with strong experience in designing operating models, developing process, and building & coaching teams to implement.
Prior to PwC, Daniel worked for Australia Post, and StarTrack as an Operations Leader focused on Process Optimisation and Supply Chain Network Planning, and as a Commercial Analyst focused Product Development and M&A.
Dan has a Bachelor of Business – Supply Chain Management