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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Fox Valley Event - Breaking Barriers: Women in Logistics

04:30 PM - 07:00 PM Central Standard Time

Regatta 220
465 Marina Lane
Green Bay, WI , 54304

The WTS Wisconsin Chapter will be hosting its first Fox Valley area event supporting presenter Diane Mitchell, Vice President of Commercial Services for Schneider’s Supply Chain Management business, who will discuss her career, risks she has taken, mentors she's had along the way, and career tips or guidance in the trucking/logistics work environment which can be male-dominated.

About Diane Mitchell

Diane is currently the Vice President of Commercial Services for Schneider’s Supply Chain Management business. Previous roles at Schneider include Global Sales General Manager and Dedicated Operations Leadership. Prior to joining Schneider in 2006, Diane worked at Procter & Gamble for 14 years. Diane is a native of Stevens Point, WI. 

Diane earned a Masters of Business Administration degree from UW-Oshkosh in 2004 and has an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from UW-Madison.

Diane is currently on the Board of Directors for Encompass Early Education and Childcare and is a previous member of the Ashwaubenon Education Foundation Board. She also coaches soccer in the Ashwaubenon Rec League.

Diane and her husband Steve reside in Green Bay with their twin 13 year old daughters, Katie and Mikayla. Diane’s hobbies include triathlon, running, skiing, boating, and spending time with her family.

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