SIG will be celebrating diversity and inclusion this year and this month, we are highlighting the professional contributions of SIG members for Women’s History Month. We have selected a round up of our favorite women authors over the last year to feature!
Sheena is the Managing Director of North America at Spend Matters, starting with the organization in 2010 as their copyeditor.
Michele leads the TD Securities’ Global Third Party Management Office with a mandate to manage TD Securities’ third party risk and spend proactively, centralize third party management, and maintain an effective operating model aligned with rapidly changing regulatory requirements.
Dawn Tiura, CEO and President of SIG, SIG University and Future of Sourcing Digital Publication, has over 26 years leadership experience, with the past 22 years focused on the sourcing and outsourcing industry.
Mary Zampino is the Vice President – Content, Research & Analytics at SIG and has over 20 years of experience in information technology and over 15 years of experience in sourcing.
Linda Tuck Chapman
Linda is creator/professor of the Certified Third Party Risk Management Professional (C3PRMP) program for SIG University, based on her book Third Party Risk Management: Driving Enterprise Value , available on Amazon.
Canda Rozier is currently the Owner/President at Collabra Consulting. She was most recently SVP Global Procurement & Real Estate, at NTT Security and recipient of the Sourcing Star Award at the 2019 Future of Sourcing Awards.
Madison L. Mobley is a Senior Account Executive at Fairmarkit, the intelligent sourcing platform that revolutionizes the way organizations buy the stuff they need (doesn ‘t matter what the stuff is).
Amy Fong is a Vice President in Everest Group’s Strategic Outsourcing and Vendor Management practice. In this role, she advises enterprises on maximizing value from strategic provider relationships in outsourced services categories.
Sarah Scudder is president of Real Sourcing Network (RSN), a print and marketing sourcing tool software company.