Hosts: Rodney Apple and Chris Gaffney
In This Episode:
We speak with Stacy Green, Sr. Vice President of Sales Operations for Keurig Dr. Pepper. Her career journey started shortly after she graduated with an industrial engineering degree. Unsure at first of what her career path would be, her first supply chain job gave her some much needed clarity.
Having enjoyed some success with a career in supply chain, Green attributes a lot of that to resiliency and a hunger for growth and knowledge. She counsels her peers and mentees to be ready for challenging moves up, down, and across supply chain functions. She is a confident leader of supply chain teams, highly valuing individuals and their stories. Stacy enjoys focusing on strategy and how to build organizations. She emphasizes that success comes from providing a clear vision, articulating it succinctly and convincing teams that the vision and goal is achievable. Above all else, Green reminds folks that success comes from adversity and learning all you can from the various leaders you encounter on your supply chain career path. She closes by reminding us of one of our favorite phrases: that the supply chain is people.
Who is Stacy Green?
Stacy Green is Senior Vice President of Sales Operations for Keurig Dr. Pepper and is responsible for all distribution center operations, transportation, routing optimization, and overall distribution logistics for the company. Additionally, she leads the development and execution of strategic initiatives across the DSD network focusing on increasing efficiency and productivity. Prior to joining the Company in 2020, Stacy worked for P&G, General Mills, and Coca-Cola. Her career has focused on leading large-line organizations in various parts of the supply chain across multiple CPG industries. Stacy has always held a deep-seated belief that a leader’s job is to clear barriers and create environments where individuals and teams can succeed. One thing critical to her success is working for a company whose values closely align with her own and whose leaders demonstrate values such as honesty, integrity, and inclusiveness. Stacy holds a BS and MS in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University.