This year, four Michigan State Supply Chain Management alumni were recognized as “30 Under 30” Rising Supply Chain Stars by THOMASNET and the Institute for Supply Management. Congratulations to Amanda DeCook, Sarah DiPietro, Anthony Garwood, and Andrew Paulsen for this outstanding achievement! Three of the alumni recognized were also named R. Gene Richter Scholars during their time as students at Michigan State University.
The first Spartan alumnus recognized was Amanda DeCook. DeCook a 2010 graduate, currently works for A.T. Kearney as a Sourcing Associate in London. While a student, DeCook was named an R. Gene Richter Scholar. Sarah DiPietro was also recognized as a “30 Under 30” Rising Supply Chain Star. DiPietro graduated in 2012 and is currently a Supply Chain Analyst at 3M. While a student, DiPietro was also named a R. Gene Richter Scholar. The third Spartan alumnus recognized was Anthony Garwood. Garwood graduated in 2011 and currently works for GE Aviation as a Lead Commodity Management Specialist. While a student, Garwood was also named a R. Gene Richter Scholar. The final Spartan alumnus recognized was Andrew Paulsen, respectively. Paulsen graduated in 2013 and is currently a Commodity Manager at SpaceX. Michigan State University is proud to add these students to a prestigious group of MSU alumni who have also been named “30 Under 30” Rising Supply Chain Stars in previous years.
Congratulations to our alumni for their recognition for being leaders, innovators, and collaborators in supply chain management. We are proud to have four alumni named as it further reinforces that MSU is the best source for supply chain talent in the country. To read more about the “30 Under 30” Rising Supply Chain Stars please click here.