Associate Director, Supply & Value Chain Center @ Loyola University Chicago
Harry J. Haney, III is currently Associate Director of Loyola University Chicago’s Supply & Value Chain Center. The Center works with member companies to provide educational events, networking opportunities, training, recruiting students for internships/ full-time placement, and access to academic resources (faculty and students) for consulting projects.
Prior to this role, Harry was with Kraft Foods for 30 years, holding increasingly responsible supply chain roles, both in field and corporate locations. He has extensive experience in Transportation management including Private and Dedicated Fleets with Kraft. Harry is very committed to the betterment of the industry having served in a number of industry association leadership roles including with the National Private Truck Council (www.nptc.org) and the Coalition for Transportation Productivity (www.transportationproductivity.org); he is currently vice president of the Madison International Trade Association (mitatrade.org)
Harry also has experience as a sole-proprietor consultant in both corporate and not-for-profit organizations emphasizing high-impact, practical, implementable solutions with a key focus in the transportation space.
Harry holds a bachelor’s degree in Transportation and Logistics from Ohio State University and an MBA from Eastern Illinois University.