As a Sr. Specialist aligned to the Supply Chain practice, Khadija Mohamed helps Supply Chain leaders tackle their unique people/talent challenges by connecting them to our most relevant insights.
Prior to moving to Gartner, Ms. Mohamed worked in international development (nonprofit) and has experience designing and implementing development projects (USAID, DoL). In her previous roles, she has managed new business activities and strategy for projects focused on women's empowerment, education access, anti-child labor and governance.
New Business Program Associate
U.S. Overseas Cooperative Development Council
Carolina College Advising Corps
Supply Chain Strategy, Leadership and Governance (retired)
M.A., Public Administration, American University
B.A., Global Studies, University of North Carolina
1How do I design and implement a world-class supply chain talent strategy?
2How can we elevate the supply chain profession to attract the best and brightest?
3What specific talent strategies will address supply chain talent gaps?
4How do I drive diversity, equity and inclusion in my supply chain workforce?