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Engineering lecture series features supply chain expert

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Regenia Sanders spoke to UC students last fall

The Office of Inclusive Excellence and Community Engagement in the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science hosted the first installment of its distinguished speaker series this fall. 

The series encourages UC students to explore various potential pathways to careers in engineering, science and technology.

Regenia Sanders, Central Supply Chain and Operations Leader at Ernst & Young America, spoke to students last semester about her 22 years of leadership in business and supply chain strategy and her experiences in the industrial manufacturing industry.

Sanders has advised clients at Fortune 500 companies across multiple industries on how to innovate supply chains and has assisted businesses in finding efficiencies through process improvement while leveraging analytics and advanced technology solutions.

Sanders holds a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering and a master of science degree in materials engineering from Auburn University.

For more information, please contact the Office of Inclusive Excellence and Community Engagement.

Featured image at top: UC's Engineering Research Center.