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Top students showcase talents in ISM case competition

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Tempe, Ariz. - Twenty-two students representing five universities participated in a case competition held during the 8th Annual Black Executive Supply Management Summit in Boca Raton, Florida. Presented by Institute for Supply Management (ISM), the three-day program, titled "Transition and Transformation: Lead the Momentum," brought together senior and middle managers to focus on the power of relationships. Student teams presented cases on the afternoon of February 9, 2011. Results of the 2011 student case competition are:

Howard University
1st Place | US$5,000 scholarship award
Team adviser: James Haddow
Team members: Damon Ingram, Kari Guy, Tarik Everett, Aliah Kennon, Viola Welang

Clark Atlanta University
2nd Place | US$2,000 scholarship award
Team adviser: Paul Brown
Team members: Carl Crum, Funbi A. Oluwole, Jamael Harris, Janay Carver

Hampton University
3rd Place | US$1,500 scholarship award
Team adviser: Sharad K. Maheshwari, Ph.D.
Team members: Brittany R. Howlett, Devin R. Hairston, Jason B. Moore, Valerie F. Fomengia

Florida A&M University
4th Place | US$1,000 scholarship award
Team adviser: Roscoe Hightower, Jr.
Team members: Brian Waritay, Disraeli W. Smith II, Juliet Martin, Nicole F. Crowell, Shannon Kirk

Tennessee State University
5th Place | US$500 scholarship award
Team adviser: Lisa Smith
Team members: Chika Chimezie, Henry C. Onyebueke, Kwasi E. Agbabli, Seth Burkhart

Global management consultancy A.T. Kearney provided the 2011 case study, which was judged by three senior supply management executives: Tiffany Hickerson, sourcing manager, A.T. Kearney Procurement & Analytic Solutions; G. Sean Williams, associate director, global facilities sourcing, Bristol-Myers Squibb; and Philip White, senior consultant, Nitor Partners.

 

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