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Markham, Ontario, Canada, 2009/04/13 - Author and entrepreneur Patricia Moser-Stern will be a guest speaker at the Supply Chain and Logistics Association’s 42nd annual conference at the Paramount Conference and Event Venue in Toronto April 29.
Ms. Moser-Stern, co-author with her cousin Barbara Moser of the recently published inspirational book, 1 Piece of Advice, will talk about Women Leading –Today and Tomorrow in her 11:15 am. Wednesday address.
Her session will provide an antidote to the “glass ceiling” assertion and will showcase that, with persistence, courage and passion, women can and have achieved significance and success in many different venues. The insight offered will demonstrate some of the keys to successful leadership for women.
Ms. Moser-Stern is president of i3 advantage and is recognized as one of the top procurement and supply chain professionals in North America.
The book, which tells the stories of trailblazing career women around the world and the single piece of advice they have for others, can be previewed and ordered at the 1pieceofadvice website.
Supply Chain & Logistics Association Canada (SCL) is a non-profit organization of business professionals interested in improving their logistics and supply chain management skills through a comprehensive program of education, research and networking opportunities.
SCL also serves companies wishing to gain strengthened awareness of government activity affecting their supply chain operations; access to training and education opportunities; and, information on global trends in logistics.
Active and growing chapters across the country form our foundation. Focusing on particular regional issues and professional development, seminars and other events allow the Association to serve members' specific needs.
SCL exists to serve our members by advancing the logistics and supply chain profession in Canada through:
• Communication and networking;
• Education and training; and
• Knowledge and leadership.
The Association attracts individual practitioners, consultants, service providers and teachers from throughout the industry and from all management levels.