Board & Committee

Anne Strauss-Wieder
Ms. Strauss-Wieder is the principal and founder of the A. Strauss-Wieder, Inc. (WWW.AS-W.COM) and has over 30 years of experience. She works closely and collaboratively with private sector stakeholders and public sector interests to ensure that supply chain projects reflect market realities, emerging trends and customer needs. She has pioneered new ways of facilitating the productive integration of freight operations with community goals and economic development, as well as means for addressing key issues facing the freight industry. She continuously analyzes industry trends and trend breakers and develops forecasts for all aspects of freight movement and distribution.
Jeffrey Luft
Jeffrey Luft, Director, Supply Chain, Weight Watchers International. Jeffrey is a seasoned Supply Chain professional who spent 30+ years in the Telecom Industry managing all facets of our discipline, including Manufacturing, Transportation, Warehousing and Planning. Currently he is the Director, Supply Chain at Weight Watchers International where he is responsible for S&OP, Inventory Management, Transportation and DC Management. He is also the founder of Fedora Consulting which focuses on Supply Chain Integrity, Resiliency and Continuity.
Sharon McStine
Sharon McStine, Manager, Industry and Government Relations for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Port Commerce Department. Reporting to the General Manager of Strategic Analysis and Industry Relations, Ms. McStine directs communication, sales and customer service activities for the Port Authority’s marine terminal operations. She joined the Port Authority in 1983 and over her 27 years with the industry has held various positions in marketing and sales for the agency with both domestic and international responsibilities. In 1998, she was presented with the Westconn International Trade Association Fellowship Award and in 2004, the Enterprise Award. In 2007, she was the recipient of the Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers’ President Award. An important aspect of her life is family – residing in Bayonne, New Jersey with her husband, Patrick and two sons Philip and Patrick Liam.
Jim White
Bio coming soon!
Don Klock
Don Klock is a senior global procurement and supply chain executive with over 30 years of international and domestic experience with major multinational consumer products corporations. After retiring from Colgate Palmolive, he decided to pursue a second career in teaching. He currently is a professor of Supply Chain Management at the Rutgers University Business School. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he directs the Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Management. The Center for Supply Chain Management partners extensively with industry leaders to develop practical solutions in response to problems encountered by the business community relative to the management of the end-to-end supply chain.
Membership & Young Professionals Committee Chair
Mario Lopez
Mario ihas recently become active in supporting our younger generation of CSCMP memebers, and is also the NJ Roundtable Young Professionals Committee Chair. He currently leads Transpacific Trade Development with Damco. Mario has deep experience in logistics and supply chain management, and brings to the Roundtable far reaching contacts in the industry. Mario has been a member of CSCMP since 1997.
Joe McMonagle
Joe McMonagle is an Identity and Access Management Consultant with KPMG's Advisory group. He graduated May, 2012 from Seton Hall University's Stillman School of Business with a B.S. in Business Administration Concentrating in IT Management with a Certificate in Supply Chain Management. Joe was a 2011 recipient of the New Jersey Roundtable's Convention Grant.
Rachel Pittard
Rachel Pittard is an Industrial Real Estate Advisor with Cushman & Wakefield's Industrial Practice and Global Supply Chain Group. She is responsible for marketing industrial properties on behalf of owners and landlords and providing users of distribution and manufacturing space with real estate strategy and transactional services. Beyond that, her team has a deep market reach via a global network of industrial real estate professionals as well access to C&W's comprehensive Global Supply Chain Solutions platform which involves a strategic partnership with St. Onge.
Erik Holck
Erik Holck is the Business Development Manager for Port Jersey Logistics. His responsibilities include identifying areas of organizational growth and future partnerships, developing corporate service offerings and assessing current processes as well as creating and implementing new processes. Erik’s specialties include food logistics and refrigerated transportation. He hold a BS in Business Management & Leadership from Rider University where he also minored in Economics.
Michel Wouters
Michel Wouters is the Executive Vice President and Partner at American River International / The World Academy. He has over 35 years of experience and specializes in global supply chain risk management, freight operations and comprehensive logistics services with import, export and domestic business models from midsized to Fortune 500 companies.
Young Professionals
Sara Seabra
Sara Seabra is a student at Rutgers University who will graduate May 2015 with a B.S. in Supply Chain Management and Marketing Science. In addition to completing her student obligations, Sara is the Co-Founder of an organization and Vice President of two organizations on the Newark campus, devoting her time to planning and executing each of the organizations events. Furthermore, Sara is a Project Management Intern for Hermann Leasing Co., coordinating activities relating to software integration. She is also a 2012 recipient of the New Jersey Roundtable's Convention Grant and exhibits a refreshing enthusiasm for Supply Chain.
Past President
Drew McElroy
Drew McElroy is the Co-Founder & CEO of Transfix, a startup committed to radically transforming the freight brokerage industry. Previously Mr. McElroy was the President of Priority Distribution Inc.(PDI), a mid-market transportation management 3PL. Drew is a graduate of the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University with a BS in Management and International Business with further studies at the University of Melbourne in Australia. In addition to being the Immediate Past President of the CSCMP NJ Roundtable, Drew has served as an instructor/speaker for the NJ Freight Academy, the TLD Network, the ALK Technology Summit, Rider University, and the Traffic Club of Newark.

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