NextGen For Industry Award

Meet Aleah Titus, our January 2019 Winner below.

Aleah Titus

Aleah Titus

Local Product Group Supply Chain Manager, ABB

One of ABB’s youngest LPG Supply Chain Managers, Aleah Titus has worked to save her company nearly 5 million dollars.  While working in Richmond, VA, Aleah created a tool that highlighted material shortages.  As a result, she was able to fully recover business within 90 days of being on the project. Aleah was recognized for her potential early on and was placed in ABB’s Supply Chain Excellence Program.

 

Out of over 200 students studying Supply Chain, Aleah was the only woman in her graduating class at Western Michigan University. She hopes to continue to be a role model to other women looking to get into the field. Adding to her many accomplishments, Aleah is Lean Six Sigma certified, and plans on completing her black belt training this year. She actively coaches her peers to further their training, and has certified more than 26 of her colleagues on Lean Six Sigma white belts.

Aleah Titus, industry standout and advocate for women in Supply Chain

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“It’s a huge honor to represent women as a young professional female in a leadership role within supply chain management. I hope that I will be able to inspire other young professionals so that they can contribute to the success of their organization.” Read the entire article here.

NextGen

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