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CITT’s Toronto Area Council elects new executive

TORONTO, Ont. -- The Toronto Area Council of the CITT has elected its new executive council. The new council p...


TORONTO, Ont. — The Toronto Area Council of the CITT has elected its new executive council. The new council positions are as follows:

 

Chair – Duane Chiasson, CITT (third term);

Vice-chair – Barry Murphy, national sales manager for Wheels International Freight Systems (second term);

Vice-chair (TAC East) – Cheryl Ramnarace, manager of order administration/traffic and logistics for Empowered Networks;

Treasurer – James Nguyen, senior account manager for UPS Canada;

Secretary – Gary Berg, CITT;  

Events chair – Dennis MacDonald, general manager for the LCBO;

Director at large (Western Region) – Ray Krizman, North American logistics manager for Vicwest Income Fund;

Director at large – Andrew Paxton, transportation analyst for Maple Leaf Consumer Foods;

Director at large (Associations Liaison) – Tom Pauls, senior business manager of supply chain and logistics for Hays Recruiting;  

Director at large – Warren Sarafinchan, supply chain director for Mars Canada;

Director at large (Eastern Satellite Council) – Silvia Castellarin, manager of logistics for Johnson and Johnson Medical Products; and 

Director at large (community centred events) – Ines Nishimura, senior manager of learning and development at McKesson Solutions.

 

“The networking at TAC events allows for an exchange of expertise. Members can connect with colleagues to discuss new service offerings and strategies to deal with the ever changing challenges faced by supply chain and logistics professionals. And of course, career advice and the sharing of job leads is also common at these events. I am proud to serve for a third term,” Chiasson said.


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