Mr. Brho is a Ph.D. Student in Logistic and Supply Chain Management with a minor in Finance at the University of North Texas (UNT). Mr. Brho has received a master degree in Finance from Texas A&M University-Commerce and a bachelor degree in Economics and Business Administration. He is currently an instructor of senior level courses at UNT and working on several research papers in the Supply Chain Finance domain. Some of his research focuses are inventory control, operation management, liquidity and working capital, collaboration (cofinancing/cooperating), and risk management. Mr. Brho has a considerable industry experience in the supply chain, finance, transportation, and financial consulting.
Daniel Cremer will graduate in December 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. He is a transfer student to the University of North Texas and received his Associates degree prior to attending the University of North Texas where he is currently a student. Dan has experience in Logistics as a hotshot driver and as a Navy Seabee Veteran. Currently he is an active student officer for the Logistics Student Association(LogSA) and a student member of multiple logistics associations. While attending UNT Dan has learned the theory behind the practices that he has seen in his logistics experience. He looks forward to bringing his knowledge and experience to the logistics and supply chain management profession.
Silvia Jimenez moved to Dallas from Barranquilla, Colombia. She will graduate in the spring of 2018 with a Master’s of Science in Systems Engineering and Management with concentration in Supply Chain from the University of Texas at Dallas. Currently, Silvia teaches Math in a public high school. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and traveling. In the near future, she is determined to pursue a career as a supply chain professional.
Participating in the 2017 CSCMP Edge Conference, allowed me to get UpTo date on the latest Supply Chain solutions. Listening to the inspiring life stories of both Professor Mary Cummings and Major MJ Hegar was extremely empowering for young women like me. CSCMP`s annual conference attracts thousands of supply chain professionals. Interacting and networking with them was very enriching for me as a future supply chain leader. Thank you CSCMP DFW Roundtable for this amazing opportunity!
Joaquin Tapia earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of North Texas and is looking to graduate in the Fall of 2017 with a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Dallas. Joaquin is currently employed as a Senior Service Manager at Ryder Transportation Services. During Joaquin’s tenure as a manager, the results of his efforts have been recognized through increased operating revenue, additional customers, increased profitability, and improved customer satisfaction. Joaquin hopes to continue working towards his goal of becoming an executive officer one day after graduate school.
The CSCMP Edge Sponsorship provided me with such a great opportunity to learn more about the Supply Chain Industry. I was able to network with dozens of individuals from across the globe. The experience was one of the best things that has happened to me as a transportation professional and graduate student. I was not only able to learn more through workshops, but I was able to be part of an event that is very important for companies throughout the world. I learned so much from listening to CEO’s speak about the industry trends. I hope to continue to be part of the CSCMP and continue to attend conferences such as this one in the future. I will always thank the DFW Roundtable for providing me with this experience that I will never forget.