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November 13, 2018

Dinner Meeting Featuring Ronnie Brannon, Lead Logistics Instructor at Palo Alto College
November 13, 2018
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Texas A&M University San Antonio, Patriot's Casa Ceremony Room
One University Way,
San Antonio, TX 78224
http://www.tamusa.edu
The Supply Chain Talent Shortage – The Weakest Link

Ronnie Brannon, Lead Logistics Instructor at Palo Alto College

As a Director of Logistics for one of the Army Medical Department’s overseas activity in Gorgas Hospital in Panama, he supervised and established policy for the 90 employees assigned to the delivery of $25 million dollars of logistical support to the hospital, seven medical clinics, five dental clinics, Department of Defense Schools, and the U.S. Embassies in the Southern Command Region..

During Mr. Brannon’s 20 year military career he was responsible for medical logistics management from the unit level up the Single Intenerated Logistics Manager for a Major Medical Command. He also instructed Logistics and as well during this military tenure. Since retiring he has worked logistics in both the public and the private sector as Systems Director of Materials Management and senior instructor for the Army Medical Department.

As the current Lead Logistics instructor for Palo Alto College he teaches and overseas the Associates of Applied Science in Logistics Management and seven certificates. He is also the co-chair of the International Education Committee on campus at Palo Alto, and has taken students to Study Abroad trip to Canada. Mr. Brannon is well versed in all areas of logistics and supply management.

He provides consulting assistance on any number of supply chain issues. Mr. Brannon has a Masters of Science in Logistics Management from Florida Institute of Technology and a Masters in Management from Webster University.

 

 

Future Meetings

February 28, 2019

Dinner Meeting Featuing Blake Hastings

February 28, 2019
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Old San Francisco Steakhouse
10223 Sahara Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78216
http://www.theoldsanfrancisco.com

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