Women in the Supply Chain: How Top Female Supply Chain Executives are Making a Difference

Does the glass ceiling still exist? Women now hold about 25 percent of the management positions in the petroleum sector, according to Women in Canada’s Oil and Gas Sector, but most of them are employed in lower-level management positions, not as senior executives.

However, some women have broken all the barriers, and serve as leading executives in a primarily male-dominated supply chain management industry. Named “Top Female Leaders of the Supply Chain” by Supply & Demand Chain Executive, each has a unique perspective on what it takes for women to be successful in the field.

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