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Kelly Lynch

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Director of Corporate and Student Relations
Department: Supply Chain Management
Office:
North Business Building
632 Bogue St Rm N339
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 355-2177
  • Biography
    Kelly M. Lynch is the Director of the Corporate and Student Relations Office (CSRO) with the Department of Supply Chain Management in the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University (MSU), East Lansing, Michigan.  Kelly’s primary responsibility is to connect undergraduate students and employers.  The CSRO partners with approximately 200 employers to help them to enhance their message and visibility to the students, faculty and staff in the Department of Supply Chain Management.  Kelly works with students to better prepare themselves for job opportunities as either Co-Ops, Interns or Full-Time positions.  Kelly joined MSU in March 2018.

    Prior to coming to MSU, Kelly spent approximately 28 years at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA US) in a variety of roles of increasing responsibility and authority.  Kelly’s last position at FCA was as the Director of Purchasing & Supplier Quality (P&SQ) Operations & Integration, where he was responsible for integrating the global processes and systems used by FCA for the procurement of parts, capital expenditures and services. 

    Kelly retired from FCA in August 2017.
    Kelly earned a BS in Psychology from MSU in 1984 and an MBA in Materials & Logistics Management from MSU in 1986.
  • Education
    B.S. Psychology 1984, Michigan State University
    Master of Business Administration Materials & Logistics Management 1986, Michigan State University
  • Courses
    • SCM 293: Cooperative Education for Business Students
  • Media Mentions

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