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Kelly Lynch

Fixed-Term Faculty
Department: Supply Chain Management
North Business Building
632 Bogue St Rm N370
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 353-6381
  • Biography
    Kelly M. Lynch is a Fixed-Term Faculty member in the Department of Supply Chain Management (SCM) and is an instructor in the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) program, starting in the 2023 – 24 academic year.  Kelly joined Michigan State University (MSU) in March 2018 as the Director of Corporate and Student Relations in the Department of Supply Chain Management (  Kelly resigned from that position in September 2022 and has been working as a Consultant to the SCM Department and the Broad College of Business from then until August 2023. 

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