SCMI Fall Forum Registration

Stay ahead of supply chain industry trends — and support our students.

This year's Fall Forum will be delivered in a virtual format due to COVID-19 restrictions. Complimentary registration will be available for all attendees this year. In place of a registration fee, we ask you to consider making a contribution of any amount to the SCMI Scholarships Fund.

Our greatest priority is supporting our students. And we must ensure that the momentum our current students have made in their education continues. To achieve this, we are focusing our efforts on raising money for current-use scholarships.

Unlike endowed scholarships — which cost more to establish, take longer to mature and yield returns that come with certain limits — current-use scholarships can be awarded right away to fulfill student needs and alleviate financial strain immediately. Your gift will allow us to provide additional financial support to returning students whose families have been hardest hit by this crisis.

Support our students by making a donation. You will also have an opportunity to donate when registering to attend the Fall Forum. 

Registration is now open!

   Register now and join attendees from the following organizations: 

44th North Consulting 9th Wonder
AASTMT Accenture
Affinity Development Group, Inc Allport Cargo Services
AMETEK Anklesaria Group Inc
Artisan Stone Decor Bain Capital, LLC
Beacon Leadership Boeing
Bragg Live Food Products  Center of Excellence GTSCM
Central Bank of Gambia Centurum Inc
CEVA Chainyard
Coaster Co. of America Coca-Cola
Colonial Logistics, LLC Cukurova University
Department of Homeland Security Derby Supply Chain Solutions
Douglas Dynamics, LLC Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare
Energy Recovery Expeditors International
Forena Business Group General Atomics - EMS
GEP Golden Gate University
GreenDreamsWomen Health Trust
I&O Co Iconic Group
ISM Chicago Johnson & Johnson
JPM Consulting Group LLC L3Harris
LMS Consulting Lupin
Lytx McDonald's
Ministry of Finance, Gov't of Sierra Leone Neurocrines Biosciences Inc
NIWC Northeastern University
Northrop Grumman Corporation Northrop Grumman Space
Pasha Automotive Services PEIBWA
Pentair prAna Living
Raytheon Technologies Reshoring Institute
Ryder SCM Globe
SDG&E Setlog Corp
SKF Solar Turbines
Strategic Impact Partners Sunfood Company
Taylor Farms Technicolor Home Entertainment Solutions
Texas Southern University TTI
Universidad Iberoamericana Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas
University of Bath University of Education, Lahore
University of San Diego US Military
Viasat  WD-40 Company




Contact: Karen Kukta, program manager
Supply Chain Management Institute
Phone: (619) 260-7903
Fax: (619) 260-7611