CSCMP Edge Conference & Exhibition 2023


October 1-4, 2023


Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center
6000 West Osceola Parkway
Kissimmee, FL 34746
United States

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Discover best-in-class supply chain solutions and technology at CSCMP EDGE. Connect with us and the broader supply chain community for the latest insights, market trends, and technology solutions you can use to gain an edge over your competition.

Chat with our supply chain leaders by scheduling a meeting or dropping by our meeting room, Emerald Bay #2 during the conference.

General session: Women Leaders Forum: Talent, Technology, Transformation

When: Monday, Oct. 2, 9:45–10:45 AM

Where: Osceola Ballroom CD

About: While the pandemic brought global supply chain challenges to the forefront, leaders continuously face ongoing disruptions whether they are physical, financial, or technology-related. Supply chains need to evolve to take into account cost, speed, profit, customer service, and risk; one that can withstand the forces of change to build more resilient and flexible networks for the long-term. The general session will discuss how leaders deal with increased risk and greater uncertainty. A discussion of how diversity of thought, diversity of experience and diversity of perspective increases the probability of success.


  • Angie Freeman Chief Human Resources and ESG Officer, C.H. Robinson
  • Sowmya Gottipti Head of Global Supply Chain Technology, Estée Lauder
  • David Kobe Senior Director Enterprise Logistic Solutions, Albemarle
  • Darcy McClaren Chief Revenue Officer, SAP Digital Supply Chain, SAP America
  • Irene Quarshie Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain and Logistics, Target

Additional session: Dealing with Uncertainty in Transportation

When: Monday, Oct. 2, 2–3 p.m.

Where: Coastal 2

About: Freight transportation is a derived demand subject to uncertainties across the supply chain, including demand, supply, timing & weather - risks that result in capacity challenges & rate variability. While traditionally, shippers have tried to control rate variability through extensive use of annual RFPs, the pandemic showed that isn't sufficient. Session to explore how shippers can identify potential uncertainties and employ a balanced smart transportation portfolio to minimize total cost and mitigate risk and will include research from MIT’s Center for Transportation & Logistics FreightLab and DAT.

Session speakers

  • Chris Caplice Chief Scientist, DAT Freight & Analytics
  • Steve Raetz Director, Research & Market Intelligence, C.H. Robinson

4th Annual State of Supply Chain Sustainability Report

When: Monday, Oct. 2, 2–3 p.m.

Where: Lafayette 1

About: CSCMP’s Sustainable Supply Chain Committee, in collaboration with MIT's Center of Transportation and Logistics, will share the results of the 2022-2023 State of Supply Chain Sustainability Survey including deeper insight into findings and provide a gauge to what extent sustainability is diffusing into global supply chains. In this session, you will learn how sustainability is evolving in organizations and the role of supply chain professionals. You can also expect to better understand current and future SC sustainability practices across diverse industries, geographies, and cultures.

Session speakers

  • Brittany Brama Sustainability Manager, C.H. Robinson
  • David Correll Research Scientist, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics
  • Brian Cristol CEO & Co-Founder, Isometric Technologies
  • Katie Martin Sustainability & ESG Principal Lead, Avetta
  • Greg Skrovan Director of Global Reverse Logistics, Intel