May 4 - 6, 2020
Pinehurst, North Carolina

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Due the safety of our employees, guests and speakers SCLF has been canceled due to COVID-19
Due the safety of our employees, guests and speakers SCLF has been canceled due to COVID-19

Teeing Up Your Supply Chain - Responding to Digital Disruption

Established in 2004, the Supply Chain Leadership Forum (SCLF) unites top supply chain professionals to connect, share and learn together.  The three-day event features interactive sessions led by industry experts on all aspects of the supply chain, including strategy, technology, logistics, operations, customer experience and more. Executives from all major industries attend the SCLF, including retail, food & beverage, consumer products, 3PL, pharmaceutical and select service providers.  The SCLF provides attendees with best-in-class supply chain solutions, numerous networking opportunities and the industry’s latest thought leadership.

What are People Saying?

  • As always, I was so impressed with this year’s SCLF, the biggest message that I am walking away with this year is to embrace the digital imperative, build resilience, vitality and Focus; focus all resources on business disruptions and become a disruptive innovator.

  • Best supply chain event of the year so far – well done.

  • Fantastic event. I had a great time and look forward to next year.

  • We enjoyed the event and thought it was time well spent. Thought the App was great.

  • Great content.

  • The mobile App made the conference experience richer and the networking more efficient.

  • This was a great Forum. The meeting location was particularly nice.

Annual Tompkins Supply Chain Leadership Forum

A supply chain forum for executives.

Conference Starts in:

CONNECTING.

You will have the opportunity to connect with all attendees due to the remarkable lineup of events that take place throughout the forum, beginning with the opportunity to play golf and the opening reception.

Connecting

SHARING.

Quality content and speakers make the difference at an executive forum. The Supply Chain Leadership Forum provides both, with relevant supply chain hot topics, enabling all attendees to share ideas and best practices on the newest supply chain technology, transportation methods, material handling options, supply chain execution, fulfillment strategies, and network optimization. This happens through, interactive sessions, Q&A, panel discussions, presentations, and more.

Sharing

LEARNING.

Learn from Jim Tompkins, CEO of Tompkins International.  Jim kicks off the Supply Chain Leadership Forum with a keynote speech that will help grow your supply chain making it more profitable and agile.  Jim has been recognized for his innovation and excellence in supply chain knowledge over the years, most notably receiving the Frank and Lillian Gilbreth Industrial Engineering Award. In addition, you will also have the opportunity to learn other supply chain executives throughout the forum.

Learning

2020 Forum Schedule

Full schedule of keynotes, sessions & workshops

7:00 AM

Registration

7:30 AM

Golf - Course #5

10:00 AM
Siemens

Siemens Demonstration

12:30 PM

Lunch

2:30 PM

Brewery Tour

4:00 PM
Siemens

Siemens Demonstration

6:00 PM

Welcome Reception

6:45 PM

Golf Awards

7:00 PM

Entertainment: Kattawar Bros

9:00 PM

Adjourn for the evening

7:30 AM

Registration

7:30 AM

Breakfast

8:30 AM

Opening & Welcome

8:45 AM
Jim Tompkins
Dr. James A. Tompkins

CEO, Tompkins International

Opening Keynote

The Age of Disruption on Supply Chains and Commerce

We are living in a time of high Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA) that has a tremendous impact on supply chains and commerce.

Jim Tompkins will be opening the Supply Chain Leadership Forum (SCLF) 2020 discussing the impacts of digital commerce on supply chains and commerce, discussing the overall impacts of VUCA on how business works and how people live.

9:45 AM

Break

10:15 AM

Spark Talk 1

10:25 AM
Mike Hazelton
Mike Hazelton

SVP Supply Chain Operations
Chick-Fil-A

Tompkins Talk 1

Last Mile Distribution in an On-Demand Economy

As the customer expectations shift towards convenience and operations becomes much more complex, Chick-fil-A must think differently of how we distribute product to restaurants. It’s not just supporting growth of the business, it’s about enabling growth and how supply chain becomes a critical partner in increasing capacity in the restaurant and reducing complexity for Operators to thrive in an on-demand economy.

10:55 AM
Mike Pereyo
Mike Pereyo

Founder/Co-CEO
OOBE, Inc.

Tompkins Talk 2

RE|ENGAGE: Supply Chain Service Innovations and Culture

As Retailers and Brands are faced with an ever-changing international trade environment of uncertainty and confusion, learn how to build your supply chain infrastructure to be relationally stable, scalable and sustainable through the lens of OOBE, an apparel design firm.  Explore how to nurture vendor partnerships through service innovations, culture of transparency and collaboration.

11:25 AM

Q&A with Dr. Tompkins

12:00 PM

Lunch

1:00 PM

Spark Talk 2

1:15 PM
Denny McKnight
Denny McKnight

President, Tompkins International
CEO, Tompkins Robotics

Heather Tenney
Heather Tenney

Senior Director - Supply Chain
Channel Management

Executive Panel

Supply Chain Solutions of the Future

Moderator: Denny McKnight

2:00 PM
Greg Tunney
Greg Tunney

Global President
Hush Puppies

Tompkins Talk 3

The Future of Global Brands

We live in a Global Economy and Flat World! What this means to Brands is that we must have a Global presence. There are ways to do this that are more impactful and create a bigger brand name. Listen and learn how the Wolverine, parent of Hush Puppies, approached this and how they continue to be a well-known and loved brand, globally.

2:30 PM

Break

3:00 PM
Jeff Kearl
Jeff Kearl

Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO
Stance Socks

Tompkins Talk 4

A Few Observations About Brands

Where do you start when looking at starting a brand? How do you create a sustainable competitive advantage if you sell a commodity?  The best brands stand for more than just the products they sell, they must define themselves and their components.  A brand is connected to a company’s culture: mission, vision, values, product innovation and product quality.  Looking at hiring the right talent will ensure your brand alignment.  Throughout this talk we will uncover all these components and look at Stance Socks and other successful brand companies and how they have been successful.

3:30 PM

Q&A - All Tompkins Talk Speakers

Day One Wrap Up

4:30 PM

Break & Networking

5:30 PM

Hors d’oeuvres and Cocktails

6:00 PM

Dinner

7:30 PM
Scott Collignon
Scott Collignon

Vice President, Logistics
Hallmark Cards, Inc.

Evening Keynote

It’s How High You Bounce

Overcoming unexpected challenges, career setbacks and the importance of mentorship in our lives.

8:30 PM

Adjourn for the Evening

7:15 AM
David Latona
David Latona

Vice President, Tompkins International

SCLF Executive Breakfast

An exclusive networking event for retail executives and senior leaders. Limited availability.

Moderator: David Latona

7:30 AM

Breakfast

8:30 AM

Opening & Welcome

8:40 AM
Mark Chandler
Mark Chandler

Senior Vice President of Supply Chain
American Tire Distributors, Inc.

Tompkins Talk 5

Building an Industry Leading S&OP Process

ATD is the largest independent tire distributor in the world. Two years ago, ATD started a journey to build an S&OP discipline that involved internal collaboration as well as external collaboration. Their goal was to transform the planning process not just for them, but their manufacturing partners as well – driving higher in-stocks, lower inventory, more productive working capital and selling more tires.

9:15 AM

Award Results

9:30 AM
Brian Campbell
Brian Campbell

EVP Operations and Strategy
SG Companies

Tompkins Talk 6

SG Companies: A Mile in our Shoes – How a 124-year old Company is Stepping into the Future

How do you take a centenarian shoe company into the digital world of tomorrow?  One step at a time… We’ll walk through SG’s journey to becoming digital: how they’ve had to get past “legacy thinking”, add on new operational expertise, and create flexible solutions to become younger, smarter, faster in a retail world that has no respect for “age”.

10:00 AM

Break

10:30 AM

Spark Talk 3

10:40 AM
Craig Jones
Craig Jones

Senior Vice President
Under Armour

Closing Keynote

Evolving and Rebuilding a Distribution and Transportation Network to Drive Growth, Efficiency and Service
  • You will be walked through the journey of building a strong distribution and logistics network supporting growth in all sales channels
  • The methodology of reviewing a global distribution and logistics network and making changes while still delivering high service levels and cost controls
  • Where we are on the journey and what are the next building blocks for success
11:25 AM

Wrap Up

12:00 PM

Adjourn Forum & Lunch

Keynote Speakers

Well known industry leaders

Scott Collignon

Scott

Collignon

Vice President, Logistics
Hallmark Cards, Inc.

Keynote Topic
It’s How High You Bounce

Overcoming unexpected challenges, career setbacks and the importance of mentorship in our lives.

Scott

Collignon

Vice President, Logistics
Hallmark Cards, Inc.

Scott Collignon is the Vice President – Logistics at Hallmark Cards, Inc. In his roll Scott is responsible for all Global Distribution, Transportation and Customs Compliance, Fixture Manufacturing and Visual Merchandizing Design. Scott’s organization is comprised of 6 production and distribution facilities and employs over 2000 Hallmarkers.

Prior to joining Hallmark, Scott served as the Senior Director of Supply Chain Operations and Strategy at Cabela’s, a leading specialty retailer and the world’s largest direct marketer of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor merchandise. In that role, Scott was responsible for creating and driving logistical and operational strategies in the U.S. and Canada, in addition to Omni-channel retail programs to ensure the optimal flow of merchandise, while overseeing a $230 million budget and a staff of 150.

Additionally, Scott also held numerous leadership roles within the company’s Supply Chain Division which started in 2005, including Small Package Logistics Manager, Distribution Senior Operations Manager, Canadian Distribution and Logistics Senior Manager, Supply Chain Services, Senior Manager of Distribution Support Operations and Director of Distribution.

Before joining Cabela’s, he served for 12 years as a U.S. Army Officer within the Transportation Corps, where he received a Bronze Star for his service during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003-2004.

He is a member of the Steering Committee for the Retail Industry Leaders Association and World 50’s-Supply Chain 50X. He is a member both of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Honorable Order of Saint Barbara, which recognizes individuals who have demonstrated integrity, character, competence and selflessness in serving the U.S. Army Artillery Branch.

Scott holds a B.S. in Biology from the University of South Dakota and an M.A. in Leadership from Bellevue University. He also is a graduate of the Army Logistics’ Management College, Fort Lee, Virginia.

Craig Jones

Craig

Jones

Senior Vice President
Under Armour

Keynote Topic
Evolving and Rebuilding a Distribution and Transportation Network to Drive Growth, Efficiency and Service
  • You will be walked through the journey of building a strong distribution and logistics network supporting growth in all sales channels
  • The methodology of reviewing a global distribution and logistics network and making changes while still delivering high service levels and cost controls
  • Where we are on the journey and what are the next building blocks for success

Craig

Jones

Senior Vice President
Under Armour

Over 25 years of Supply-Chain experience across all corners of the globe. Experiences from Raw materials to the end Consumer including Multi-Channel high volume Supply-Chain Retailing.
Known for having lots of energy and the ability to get the best out of people of all cultures and backgrounds.

Oversee the supply chain functions of inbound, outbound transportation, customer service, customs, trade, distribution centres and OMNI fulfillment operations worldwide.

Serves a diverse set of customers from owned retail operations to end consumers to franchise operators to wholesale accounts and OMNI meeting key requirements in terms of continuity of supply, on-time delivery and speed, with a total cost of ownership mindset.

Build, develop, and manage a strong team of professionals to run the operations and truly become a leadership team for the organization.

Collaborate with the operating divisions, key wholesale accounts and other shared services and operations groups to develop and implement a supply chain strategy for the current and future business.
Set and achieve operating and financial goals / budgets as a major contributor to the profitability of the Group, both in terms of cost efficiency but also fulfilling demand.

Jim Tompkins

Dr. James A.

Tompkins

CEO
Tompkins International

Keynote Topic
The Age of Disruption on Supply Chains and Commerce

We are living in a time of high Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA) that has a tremendous impact on supply chains and commerce.

Jim Tompkins will be opening the Supply Chain Leadership Forum (SCLF) 2020 discussing the impacts of digital commerce on supply chains and commerce, discussing the overall impacts of VUCA on how business works and how people live.

A few key points that will be discussed:

Dr. James A.

Tompkins

CEO
Tompkins International

Dr. James A. Tompkins is an international authority on designing and implementing end-to-end supply chains.  As the founder and CEO of Tompkins International, his focus over the last several years has been in the areas of digital commerce, unichannel and supply chain reinvention, helping companies connect supply chain processes with the customer journey to increase long-term profitable growth. Jim coined the phrase ‘Sell Everywhere,’ which is the strategy of selling through a wide range of online and offline channels where consumers shop, buy and enjoy products, offering a seamless, end-to-end customer experience.  As the CEO he provides leadership for Tompkins International.  With more than 40 years’ experience, he holds an insider's view into what makes great companies even better.  Jim has written or contributed to more than 30 books, and has been quoted in hundreds of business and industry magazines.  He has spoken at thousands of international engagements and received more than 50 awards for his service to the profession.

The Age of Disruption on Supply Chains and Commerce

We are living in a time of high Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA) that has a tremendous impact on supply chains and commerce.

Jim Tompkins will be opening the Supply Chain Leadership Forum (SCLF) 2020 discussing the impacts of digital commerce on supply chains and commerce, discussing the overall impacts of VUCA on how business works and how people live.

A few key points that will be discussed:

  • How the pace of change in supply chain requirements are driven by the increase on the Rate Per Minute (RPM) of the Disruption Cycle.
  • How the level of uncertainty in today’s digital commerce demands optionality.
  • How “Sell Anywhere” and Uni-channel, Uni-marketing, Uni-logistics and Uni-technology are driving complexity.
  • How obsolete demand planning and the titans of commerce have driven ambiguity throughout commerce.

Tompkins Talk Speakers

 

Brian Campbell

Brian

Campbell

EVP Operations and Strategy
SG Companies

Tompkins Talk Topic
SG Companies: A Mile in our Shoes – How a 124-year old Company is Stepping into the Future

How do you take a centenarian shoe company into the digital world of tomorrow?  One step at a time… We’ll walk through SG’s journey to becoming digital: how they’ve had to get past “legacy thinking”, add on new operational expertise, and create flexible solutions to become younger, smarter, faster in a retail world that has no respect for “age”.

Brian

Campbell

EVP Operations and Strategy
SG Companies

For the SG Companies, a leading supplier of seasonal footwear and sleepwear to all tiers of distribution in the United States, Campbell defines and implements corporate strategy with a focus on executing the company’s eCommerce vision, from product execution to operational expertise. With a business degree as well as a professional background in product design, he brings a rare mix of “left brain” analytical thinking and “right brain” creative problem-solving, underpinned by the communication skills to translate complex problems into executable solutions.

Mark Chandler

Mark

Chandler

Senior Vice President of Supply Chain
American Tire Distributors, Inc.

Tompkins Talk Topic
Building an Industry Leading S&OP Process

ATD is the largest independent tire distributor in the world. Two years ago, ATD started a journey to build an S&OP discipline that involved internal collaboration as well as external collaboration. Their goal was to transform the planning process not just for them, but their manufacturing partners as well – driving higher in-stocks, lower inventory, more productive working capital and selling more tires.

Mark

Chandler

Senior Vice President of Supply Chain
American Tire Distributors, Inc.

Mark Chandler is the Senior Vice President of Supply Chain for American Tire Distributors, Inc. Mark has over 30 years of experience in Supply Chain Operations and Strategy. He has worked with leading retailers and distributors across the globe in creating and successfully implementing leading Supply Chain practices. 

Mark is responsible for managing ATD’s overall Supply Chain operations including replenishment, overseas factory purchasing, Supply Chain systems, and overall inventory management. Mark is also the Executive sponsor of ATD’s Executive S&OP process which is leading the way in driving greater insight into organizational performance.

Mark joined ATD from Belk Department Stores based in Charlotte where he was Executive Vice President of Operations and Supply Chain. Prior to that, he was with Price Chopper Supermarkets as Senior Vice President of Supply Chain. Mark was also a Senior Partner and Director of the Consumer Packaged Goods division of Kurt Salmon Associates consulting firm in Atlanta. 

Building an industry leading S&OP process

ATD is the largest independent tire distributor in the world. Two years ago, ATD started a journey to build an S&OP discipline that involved internal collaboration as well as external collaboration. Their goal was to transform the planning process not just for them, but their manufacturing partners as well – driving higher in-stocks, lower inventory, more productive working capital and selling more tires. This is their story of how they have developed a robust S&OP discipline with their organization – bringing together Sales, Finance, Supply Chain, and Merchandising. In addition, their industry leading collaboration with their manufacturing partners and customers is driving best in class Forecasting accuracy and significantly improved working capital productivity.

Mike Hazelton

Mike

Hazelton

SVP Supply Chain Operations
Chick-Fil-A

Tompkins Talk Topic
Last Mile Distribution in an On-Demand Economy

As the customer expectations shift towards convenience and operations becomes much more complex, Chick-fil-A must think differently of how we distribute product to restaurants. It’s not just supporting growth of the business, it’s about enabling growth and how supply chain becomes a critical partner in increasing capacity in the restaurant and reducing complexity for Operators to thrive in an on-demand economy.

Mike

Hazelton

SVP Supply Chain Operations
Chick-Fil-A

Mike Hazelton is responsible for Restaurant-facing functions related to Chick-fil-A Supply Chain.  This includes Franchisee support; 3PL distribution; the launch of Chick-fil-A Supply LLC, the wholly owned subsidiary to supplement our partner distributors, and the launch of Bay Center, a state-of-the-art, highly automated and technology-focused fresh food production facility that will provide lemon juice to Chick-fil-A restaurants across the country by 2020.

Jeff Kearl

Jeff

Kearl

Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO
Stance Socks

Tompkins Talk Topic
A Few Observations About Brands

Where do you start when looking at starting a brand? How do you create a sustainable competitive advantage if you sell a commodity?  The best brands stand for more than just the products they sell, they must define themselves and their components.  A brand is connected to a company’s culture: mission, vision, values, product innovation and product quality.  Looking at hiring the right talent will ensure your brand alignment.  Throughout this talk we will uncover all these components and look at Stance Socks and other successful brand companies and how they have been successful.

Jeff

Kearl

Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO
Stance Socks

Jeff Kearl is the co-founder and Executive Chairman of Stance, an apparel brand that celebrates human originality.  Stance reinvented basics starting with socks by combining edgy prints with advanced material sciences and garment construction.  Stance investors include Will Smith, Dwyane Wade, Jay-Z, James Harden, Stanford University, Kleiner Perkins, August Capital and Menlo Ventures.

Jeff is also a Managing Director at Pelion Venture Partners, a venture capital firm with over $1B of assets under management.  During his career he has invested in over 50 startups including tech companies Coupa, Domo, Dynamic Signal, Lucid, MX, Omniture, Scopely, Uber and ZEFR as well as consumer brands Away, BlackTux, Cotopaxi, Julep, Just Water and Skullcandy.

Previously, Jeff co-founded Logoworks, an Internet marketplace that was successfully acquired by Hewlett Packard and ran new ventures for HP’s Internet division.

Jeff lives in San Clemente, California.

David Latona

David

Latona

Vice President
Tompkins International

SCLF Executive Breakfast
An exclusive networking event for retail executives and senior leaders. Limited availability.

David Latona has more than 30 years experience in the supply chain industry.  He is an apparel and footwear material handling integration specialist, skilled in the complete merchandise and mechanical flow of operations with a particular emphasis systems development in view of the overall supply chain.

Before joining Tompkins, David was a Partner and Senior Vice President of Vector Design, Inc. a nationwide material handling integrator and Co-founder and Managing Director of a third party logistics operator in the Port of Los Angeles.

David

Latona

Vice President
Tompkins International

David Latona has more than 30 years experience in the supply chain industry.  He is an apparel and footwear material handling integration specialist, skilled in the complete merchandise and mechanical flow of operations with a particular emphasis systems development in view of the overall supply chain.

Before joining Tompkins, David was a Partner and Senior Vice President of Vector Design, Inc. a nationwide material handling integrator and Co-founder and Managing Director of a third party logistics operator in the Port of Los Angeles.  He also co-founded Polygon Solutions, a B2B model offering services to emerging apparel and footwear brands providing a hosted ERP system, data entry, auditing and customer services.  His expertise has helped companies such as The Wet Seal, Kenneth Cole Productions, The May Dept Stores, Carole Little, Perry Ellis, Warnaco, BCBG, bebe, Macy’s, Frederick’s of Hollywood, Kellwood, Authentic Fitness, Rock and Republic, Earth footwear, Tyr Sports, Kids R Us, JC Penney’s and The Gap.

Denny McKnight

Denny

McKnight

President, Tompkins International
CEO, Tompkins Robotics

Executive Panel
Supply Chain Solutions of the Future

An expert in global distribution strategy, Denny McKnight has spent his 25+ year career focusing on warehouse logistics, equipment, and technology, as well as overseeing the development of Tompkins’ proprietary robotic sortation systems and strategic partnerships.  Denny’s extensive experience leading large-scale initiatives in facility re-engineering and new greenfield DC/FC design has given him unrivaled levels of insight into the best approaches and technologies for the modern distribution and fulfillment environment.

Denny

McKnight

President, Tompkins International
CEO, Tompkins Robotics

An expert in global distribution strategy, Denny McKnight has spent his 25+ year career focusing on warehouse logistics, equipment, and technology, as well as overseeing the development of Tompkins’ proprietary robotic sortation systems and strategic partnerships.  Denny’s extensive experience leading large-scale initiatives in facility re-engineering and new greenfield DC/FC design has given him unrivaled levels of insight into the best approaches and technologies for the modern distribution and fulfillment environment.

Denny is a frequent speaker on various warehousing and logistics subjects, is quoted in top industry publications, and has contributed to several industry related books.  In 2018, he was recognized by Supply & Demand Chain Executive as an industry “Pro-to-Know”.  

Mike Pereyo

Mike

Pereyo

Founder/Co-CEO
OOBE, Inc.

Tompkins Talk Topic
RE|ENGAGE: Supply Chain Service Innovations and Culture

As Retailers and Brands are faced with an ever-changing international trade environment of uncertainty and confusion, learn how to build your supply chain infrastructure to be relationally stable, scalable and sustainable through the lens of OOBE, an apparel design firm.  Explore how to nurture vendor partnerships through service innovations, culture of transparency and collaboration.

Mike

Pereyo

Founder/Co-CEO
OOBE, Inc.

Mike Pereyo grew up in North Augusta, SC and attended Clemson University (Clemson, SC), where he received his B.S. in Business Administration and International Marketing. Mike is actively involved with Clemson University and serves as an Adjunct Professor for the School of Business. He enjoys speaking to students, entrepreneurial groups, and manufacturing organizations throughout the United States. Mike advises a number of early-stage privately-held companies, serves for several non-profit organizations, and is an active member of Grace Church.

Born in Puerto Rico, Mike currently resides in Greenville, SC with his wife, Melissa, with whom he has three children, Connor, Tess, and Mia. In his spare time, Mike enjoys playing golf, watching films, and spending time with his family.

Heather Tenney

Heather

Tenney

Senior Director - Supply Chain
Channel Management

Executive Panel
Supply Chain Solutions of the Future

Heather Tenney is the senior director of channel management for supply chain development. Her responsibilities include optimal flow path management for both the store and direct to customer supply chains as well as The Home Depot Pro.

Heather joined the Company in 2000 as an analyst in information technology and has held roles of increasing responsibility in IT training, finance, supply chain and merchandising...

Heather

Tenney

Senior Director - Supply Chain
Channel Management

Heather Tenney is the senior director of channel management for supply chain development. Her responsibilities include optimal flow path management for both the store and direct to customer supply chains as well as The Home Depot Pro.

Heather joined the Company in 2000 as an analyst in information technology and has held roles of increasing responsibility in IT training, finance, supply chain and merchandising. Most recently, she was a director in supply chain delivery with responsibility for direct to customer fulfillment and reverse logistics optimization.

Heather has a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from the University of Georgia.

Greg Tunney

Greg

Tunney

Global President
Hush Puppies

Tompkins Talk Topic
The Future of Global Brands

We live in a Global Economy and Flat World! What this means to Brands is that we must have a Global presence. There are ways to do this that are more impactful and create a bigger brand name. Listen and learn how the Wolverine, parent of Hush Puppies, approached this and how they continue to be a well-known and loved brand, globally.

Greg

Tunney

Global President
Hush Puppies

Greg Tunney has more than 25 years of brand-building experience in the footwear industry and has held leadership positions at several public companies. Before joining Hush Puppies as Global President in March 2018, Tunney served as President, CEO and director of the RG Barry Corp. (Dearfoams, Baggalini, and Foot Petals), a footwear and accessories company. Tunney oversaw global growth, led the acquisition of brands and helped build the organizations position as “largest slipper company in the world.” Tunney was the chief architecture of taking the company from public to private in 2015 by completing a transaction with Blackstone Private Equity group.

Tunney serves as Chairman of the Two Ten Footwear Foundation, which provides financial assistance, disaster relief, counselling, scholarships and more to employees in the footwear industry. He also served as Chairman of the Footwear Distributors and Retailers of America.

Tompkins Supply Chain Leadership Forum 2020

May 4-6, 2020

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ptrocchio@tompkinsinc.com

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