Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move: August 28, 2017

Appointments, promotions, moves and changes in the supply chain sector


August 28, 2017
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Harry Goodnight joins the Board of Advisors of the Sweetbridge Foundation, a non-profit that aims to leverage blockchain technology for global supply chains, as its sales and marketing advisor. Goodnight previously led sales at supply chain software company i2 Technologies, growing the business from $10 million to over $1 billion in annual revenue in just six years. He co-founded Mereo, a firm that has designed go-to-market strategies for more than a dozen of the world’s most successful supply chain technology companies. Goodnight brings more than 32 years of global supply chain consulting and sales experience for companies such as Samsung, TRW, Toshiba, Frito-Lay, SONY, Intel, Raytheon, and Siemens.

Lisa Oxentine

American Airlines Cargo has appointed Lisa Oxentine as managing director, global and key accounts – cargo sales. She takes over Roger Samways’s position, after his promotion to vice president of the cargo sales division earlier this year. Oxentine joined American Airlines in 1987 as a frontline customer service agent and brings a breadth of experience having held positions in a number of different departments. Most recently, she led the customer recovery team in the customer experience department, managing 47 systemwide managers who focused on ensuring a top-notch experience for customers across the entire American Airlines network. She will be based in the American Airlines Cargo headquarters office in Dallas-Fort Worth.

The Transportation Marketing & Sales Association (TMSA) recently named Jeff Miller, vice president of sales and marketing for Select Carriers, the 2017 TMSA Sales Executive of the Year. Each year, this award recognizes a senior-level leader who has demonstrated leadership, strategic thinking, and intelligent execution of sales and business development initiatives to meet the business goals of their organization. Those involved in the selection process were thoroughly impressed with Miller’s remarkable ability to gain wide respect among shippers and carriers and to develop mutually beneficial relationships. Miller has been a key contributor in successfully accelerating business growth of a smaller enterprise like Select Carriers and transforming the company into a contemporary sales organization.

Gregory Graves has been elected to Plug Power‘s Board of Directors, and is the newest member of the company’s audit committee. Graves currently serves as the CFO of Entegris, Inc. a supplier of specialty chemicals and advanced materials solutions for the microelectronics industry. Since joining Entegris in 2002, Graves has been instrumental in growing Entegris from approximately $300 million to $1.2 billion. He has also been responsible for logistics, global procurement, and business development during his tenure with Entegris.

— August 28, 2017