Photo courtesy of the University of San Diego.
The University of San Diego’s Supply Chain Management Institute hosts an annual fall forum. Talking over supply chain issues at the most recent event are Rosemary Coates, executive director of The Reshoring Institute (left); Mark Palamar, senior director of operations at Qualcomm Inc.; Leslie Oliver, director of global supply chain at Solar Turbines; Jamie King, executive general manager of RBC Bearings; and Joel Sutherland, managing director of the USD Supply Chain Management Institute.

Photo courtesy of the University of San Diego. The University of San Diego’s Supply Chain Management Institute hosts an annual fall forum. Talking over supply chain issues at the most recent event are Rosemary Coates, executive director of The Reshoring Institute (left); Mark Palamar, senior director of operations at Qualcomm Inc.; Leslie Oliver, director of global supply chain at Solar Turbines; Jamie King, executive general manager of RBC Bearings; and Joel Sutherland, managing director of the USD Supply Chain Management Institute.

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