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CSCMP seeking young leader nominations

CSCMP’s Emerging Leader Award (ELA) acknowledges up-and-coming leaders in supply chain management


January 6, 2021
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Do you know a shining young leader who should be recognized by the supply chain community? CSCMP’s Emerging Leader Award (ELA) was created to acknowledge up-and-coming leaders in the supply chain management field for their meaningful contributions to – and future influence on – the profession.

Selected individuals will represent their peers and be recognized for their achievements in the following ways:

  • Receive one registration to CSCMP EDGE 2021—the most thorough end-to-end supply chain conference and exhibition—in Atlanta, Georgia, September 19-22.
  • Recognized live in front of 3,000+ attendees at EDGE 2021 during the Monday Keynote Session.
  • Featured in CSCMP magazine, member newsletters and EDGE marketing collateral.

To qualify for the Emerging Leader Award, a nominee must be:

  • A current CSCMP member.
  • 32 years of age or under.
  • Doing something exceptional outside the normal scope of work which grants distinction. Examples include running a successful business or project, showing promise in management, being a bright roundtable performer, or even a dedicated community volunteer.

Nominees will be evaluated on the following criteria:

  • Recognition as an up-and-coming leader.
  • Contribution and commitment to the supply chain industry.
  • Active involvement in CSCMP.
  • Certifications and continuing education.

The nomination period will close on February 21, 2021.