Sally Joins The Academy

by | Jan 24, 2017

The Supply Chain Academy’s team was strengthened this month when Sally Gale joined them as Operations & Events Manager.

Sally has been with Uniserve Group for 19 years, 18 of which as Personal Assistant to our Group Managing Director, Iain Liddell.
Iain commented “Sally’s organisational and administrative skills are second to none. She has bundles of industry experience and knows the group inside out”. Iain added “She will be sorely missed by me, but I believe she will be a major asset in her new role”.

Sally’s responsibility covers both of our educational centres, the Supply Chain Academy and CP Training Consortium, and she has already set to work by successfully consolidating the administrative departments and improving our core support services.

Working with the Supply Chain Academy management team and faculty, her role will include all aspects of operational and financial management, as part of the only learning resource centre worldwide that focuses solely on the supply chain.

To contact Sally, or to enquire about any of our supply chain learning courses or events, please call her on 01708 259402 or email sg@supplychainacademy.org.uk.

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