Please join us at the Gunn’s Dairy Barn at Heritage Park on December 7, 2016 to hear Tracy Robinson, Vice President, Supply Chain at TransCanada speak on her journey within the industry.
“Lead Like a Woman”
Which of these attributes are associated with being a woman: Decisiveness or compassion? Intelligence or honesty? Ambition or organization? How about all of them! This speech will explore the new model of leadership that encourages collectiveness, compromise and influence without authority. You will be challenged to put aside the masculine traits you believe superiors are looking for and embrace the feminine characteristics which enables teams to thrive.
About Tracy Robinson:
As Vice-President, Supply Chain, Tracy Robinson is responsible for all supply chain management and procurement needs for TransCanada. She also has responsibility for business support services such as warehousing and inventory, accounts payable, and resource planning and analysis. Tracy joined TransCanada in 2014 as Vice-President, Transportation for the Liquid Pipelines business unit.
Prior to joining TransCanada, Tracy spent 27 years at Canadian Pacific, serving in executive roles spanning Operations, Finance and Commercial. Most recently, she served as Vice-President of Energy and Merchandise, where her focus was the development and execution of initiatives to drive growth across a broad group of business units, including Energy, Chemicals, Metals, Mines & Aggregates, Autos and Forest Products.
Tracy has held a number of industry and private board positions. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Smart Sand, Inc. and sits as a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council at the Edwards School of Business of the University of Saskatchewan. She represents TransCanada at the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) Foundation and on the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) Foundation.
Tracy holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Saskatchewan. She received her Institute of Corporate Directors designation in 2015.
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Women in Supply Chain Dinner Sponsorship Opportunities
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