Nada Sanders Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management firstname.lastname@example.org 617.373.7198 Expertise big data analytics, business forecasting, COVID-19, johnson & johnson vaccine, lean systems, strategic sourcing, strategy, Supply Chain Management, sustainability, technology Nada Sanders in the Press Article Massachusetts employers’ confidence dips to cap off turbulent 2022 Nada Sanders, a professor of supply chain management at Northeastern University, suggested that the global supply chain interruptions that have exacerbated inflation are starting to ease. Article Yahoo! Looming rail worker strike could send US economy into a tailspin “We are going to see an impact much sooner than we would otherwise,” said Professor Nada Sanders who is a Northeastern University Supply Chain Expert. Article The Hill Experts question whether U.S. military can make a dent in baby formula shortage But the two shipments alone are not enough to quell demand, Nada Sanders, a professor of supply chain management at Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business, told The Hill. “I did not see this as this gesture as much as I saw that the only way it could possibly have any meaning is to actually be […] Article ABC News Biden administration is flying in baby formula. Here’s why the shortage happened “The scenario where you have a manufacturing problem that occurred at an Abbott facility in Michigan, those kinds of things happen all the time,” Nada Sanders, a professor of supply chain management at Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business, told ABC News. “Ultimately, we have very, very weak supply chains.” Article You might not get your 2021 holiday packages in time—even if you start shopping now “As we get closer to the holiday season, it’ll be exacerbated,” explains Nada Sanders, a supply chain professor at Northeastern University. “Retailers are suffering, because they’re desperately trying to figure out what is consumer demand, what is hot, and will they be more brick-and-mortar? That plays into how much I stock the shelves versus online. […] Article Atlanta Journal-Constitution A sign of the economic times: Ships lined up at Savannah port In the meantime, consumers will likely see the effects of the continued ebb and flow in trade, said Nada Sanders, professor of supply chain management at Northeastern University. “We are going to see rolling bottlenecks for a long time,” she said. “We are going to see shortages. We are going to see higher prices. And […] Article Boston 25 Holiday shoppers urged to start early as some store shelves already empty “I would recommend that people start shopping yesterday,” said Nada Sanders, distinguished professor of supply chain management at Northeastern University.” Article It isn’t holiday shopping season yet, but with supply chains in chaos, retailers can’t afford to wait “It’s very much like a person that has been sick with multiple illnesses, and your immune system hasn’t come back and then boom you’re hit by something else,” said Nada Sanders, a professor of supply chain management at Northeastern University. Article What an Adult Tricycle Says About the World’s Bottleneck Problems And the future hinges in part on the virus. Nada Sanders, a professor of supply chain management at Northeastern University, predicted that the highly contagious Delta variant would most likely delay a return to normal until at least 2023. Given that many parts of the world still have large unvaccinated populations, hot spots across the […] Article Marketplace How Prime (spending) Day shines a light on quirks of the global supply chain “We have a really fragile global supply chain that had been overly leaned out,” said Dr. Nada Sanders, distinguished professor of supply chain management at Northeastern University in Boston. Nada Sanders for Northeastern Global News COVID-19 vaccines are nearing the finish line with Moderna and Pfizer, but the race is far from over COVID-19 vaccines are nearing the finish line with Moderna and Pfizer, but the race is far from over The global medical supply chain is not immune to COVID-19 The global medical supply chain is not immune to COVID-19 AI knows what customers want, transforms supply chains AI knows what customers want, transforms supply chains If you've ever bought a shirt at Zara, your preferences have been captured in real time by artificial intelligence.