Supply & Demand Chain Executive, the only publication covering the entire global supply chain, selected Jasmine Lombardi, Chief Customer Officer of Locus Robotics, as a recipient of the 2022 Women in Supply Chain award for her leadership of Locus’s Customer Success team.
As manager and leader of one of the largest teams in the company, Jasmine directs the company’s most strategic positions in customer lifecycle management, including deployment/implementation, support, account management, and field services, as well as optimization of the robotics solution to maximize customers’ lifetime value. The Customer Success team is key to Locus Robotics’ land and grow strategy and has enabled Locus to become the industry leader in AMR robotics technology.
“I am honored to be recognized by Supply & Demand Chain Executive with this award and to join the growing number of women recognized for their leadership in our industry,” said Lombardi. “I am thrilled to work alongside all of them as we continue to help our customers and clients streamline their automation and supply chain challenges.”
The Women in Supply Chain award honors female supply chain leaders and executives whose accomplishments, mentorship and examples set a foundation for women in all levels of a company’s supply chain network. This year’s list includes individuals from software and service providers, consultancies and academia, trucking and transportation firms, professional development agencies, sourcing and procurement divisions, and more, all who have helped supply chain clients and the supply chain community at large prepare to meet many of today’s—and tomorrow’s—challenges.
“When I launched this award three years ago, I was prepared for an uphill battle. I was envisioning a long road ahead in getting the supply chain industry educated enough as to why it was important to recognize women in the supply chain. But, this award, the winners and those who submitted nominations—both men and women—is a testament that supply chain organizations were already recognizing their female leaders; they just needed a better platform,” says Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics. “This year, we received over 280 submissions. Almost 100 of those submissions came from men. I’m so proud of everyone who participated, both men and women. I’m proud to call these women mentors, role models and industry friends. I’m proud to interview them, support them and help promote their journey. And, I hope to see all of this year’s and past years’ winners at our upcoming Women in Supply Chain Forum.”
Go to https://sdce.me/7wmmgj to view the full list of 2022 Women in Supply Chain winners. Go to www.SDCExec.com/awards to learn more about upcoming Supply & Demand Chain Executive awards. And, register for Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s upcoming Women in Supply Chain Forum at http://womeninsupplychainforum.com.
About Locus Robotics
Locus Robotics’ revolutionary, multi-bot solution incorporates powerful and intelligent autonomous mobile robots that operate collaboratively with human workers to dramatically improve piece-handling productivity 2–3x, with less labor compared to traditional piece handling systems. This solution helps retailers, 3PLs and specialty warehouses efficiently meet and exceed the increasingly complex and demanding requirements of fulfillment environments, easily integrating into existing warehouse infrastructures without disrupting workflows, instantly transforming productivity without transforming the warehouse. In 2021 Locus Robotics joined the Inc. 500, ranking number 428. For more information, visit www.locusrobotics.com.
About Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the only supply chain publication covering the entire global supply chain, focusing on trucking, warehousing, packaging, procurement, risk management, professional development and more. Supply & Demand Chain Executive and sister publication Food Logistics are also home to L.I.N.K. podcast channel, SCNSummit.com, SupplyChainLearningCenter.com, the Women in Supply Chain Forum and more. Go to www.SDCExec.com to learn more.