The Gartner Executive Advisory Board (EAB) is an exclusive group of the most influential global operations executives from the world’s leading companies. The purpose of the EAB is to develop, promote and progress the discipline of supply chain management, encouraging both current and future leaders within the profession to make a greater impact not only on the organizations they work for but on our wider society.

In practice, the EAB helps to direct the research agenda of the Gartner community, and advises on themes, content and speakers for Gartner’s signature peer-led events. The EAB additionally provides oversight on key strategic initiatives and development plans.

Halide Alagöz

EVP, Chief Product and Sustainability Officer

Ralph Lauren

Roberto Canevari

President, Global Supply Chain

The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.

John Church

EVP, Chief Supply Chain Officer

General Mills

Frank Crespo

Chief Supply Chain Officer; Former Chief Procurement Officer, Caterpillar

Indigo

Marc Engel

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Unilever

Professor Hau Lee

The Thoma Professor of Operations, Information & Technology

Stanford University

John Kern

SVP, Supply Chain Operations

Cisco

Sandra MacQuillan

EVP, Chief Supply Chain Officer

Mondelez International

Viju Menon

Group President, Global Quality & Operations

Stryker

Maria Nieradka

VP, Business Operations

Repligen

Gerry Rogers

Chief Digital Officer

Independent

Greg Smith

 EVP, Global Operations & Supply Chain
Medtronic

Intel

Jackie Sturm

Corporate VP,
Global Supply

Intel

Mark Sutcliffe

Alliance SVP, LCV Business Unit

Renault Nissan Mitsubishi

Mourad Tamoud

Chief Supply Chain Officer

Schneider Electric

Donna Warton

VP, Devices Supply Chain & Sustainability

Microsoft

Kathy Wengel

EVP & Chief Global Supply Chain Officer

Johnson & Johnson

Gartner's supply chain experts are trusted, objective advisors for 2,500+ supply chain organizations

Gartner for Supply Chain provides insights, advice and tools to help supply chain leaders improve decision making.