Eric Wilson, ACPF
Director – Thought Leadership
Institute of Business Forecasting & Planning
Eric is a predictive analytics and business planning innovator, author, and speaker. He is the Director of Thought Leadership at the IBF. Prior to this he worked as the Director of Demand Planning at Escalade Sports, Director of Demand Planning at Berry Plastics, and Director of Demand Planning & S&OP at Tempur Sealy International. In 2016, he received the Excellence in Business Forecasting & Planning award from the IBF. He is an IBF Advanced Certified Professional Forecaster (ACPF) with over 20 years of experience. Eric is a visionary in his field, a frequent speaker and panelist for many executive forums and professional conferences, and has written numerous articles in publications such as The Journal of Business Forecasting and APICS Magazine. He is also the author of the books Cultural Cycles and Predictive Analytics for Business Forecasting & Planning.
Debbie Climer
Director of Integrated Business Planning
Cummins Inc.

Debbie has spent more than 20 years working in a variety of roles in manufacturing and quality across different business units at Cummins Inc. For the last 8 years, she has led Integrated Business Planning across the enterprise, responsible for deployment, assessment, education and improvements across all business segments. Debbie previously led the IBP process in the Engine business segment facilitating both the MBR and IR steps of the process. Prior to Cummins, she was an officer in the US Navy. Debbie holds a degree in Business Administration from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and an MBA from Ball State University.

Christine Barnhart, CPIM, PMP
VP of Product Marketing and GoToMarket
Berry Global
Christine was the Senior Director of Product and Industry Market Strategy for Infor’s supply chain solutions. Christine brings over 20 years of expertise in manufacturing, purchasing and planning from companies including Berry Global, Mead Johnson Nutrition, and Whirlpool. In 2021 and 2018, she was recognized as one of the Top Women in Supply Chain by Supply and Demand Chain Executive. Christine has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Evansville and completed her MBA with distinction at the University of Louisville.
Misty Eldridge
Sr. DT Manager, Planning and Fulfillment Systems
GE Appliances

Misty is the Senior DT Manager, Planning and Fulfillment Systems for GE Appliances. She leads the digital team supporting planning and fulfillment systems across the organization. Prior to joining GE Appliances in 2022, Misty held several leadership roles in multiple industries ranging from food and packaging to CPG companies. She has a wide area of expertise including S&OP, Demand Planning, Inventory, and Supply Planning. She has been a driver of process improvements and leading digital transformations. Misty holds a degree from the University of Illinois. In 2022, she received the Excellence in Business Forecasting & Planning award from IBF.

Lee Lagomarcino
Executive Director of Supply Planning & Fulfillment
GE Appliances

Lee is currently the Executive Director of Supply Planning & Fulfillment at GE Appliances, a Haier company. He began his career at an early age, working at the family confectionery business from elementary school through college. In his near 20-year career at GE, Lee has held various leadership roles in Product Management, and Product Marketing and Global Sourcing. He is currently focused on the transformation of the Fulfillment organization, driving systems and process excellence, and designing a digital Customer first signal that travels through the entire Value Chain. Lee attended the University of Illinois, majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

At this free-to-attend Louisville, KY meet up, you'll socialize and network with local planning and supply chain professionals. Hosted by IBF and GE Appliances, there'll also be a panel discussion titled "How to Become Agile and Resilient in Today’s Changing Economy".

The panel will discuss whether traditional ways of doing business like the lean methodology need to be reevaluated and, if necessary, replaced by more flexible ones. One thing's for sure - with the various disruptions we have faced over the last 2 years, supply chains must be ready to adapt if we're to remain competitive and relevant.

Get your questions answered by our panel of expert practitioners and enjoy a bourbon or two with likeminded planning professionals and leaders.

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