Michelle M. Meyer has spent her entire career working in numerous Supply Chain positions across a variety of industries. She has worked in transportation/logistics, distribution operations, order management, and consulting organizations doing work that ranges from demand planning, scheduling, procurement, organization design, large ERP implementations and project management, to strategic planning.
Michelle is Founder and President of Mcubed, Inc. providing supply chain strategy, implementation, and education services. She recently served as a Director of Supply Chain Solutions for Hitachi Consulting where she lead efforts for overall supply chain strategy and business improvement as well as large systems implementation project. She has worked for IBM in their Supply Chain Network Optimization organization and as a Manager of Business Integration in the Global Logistics organization. Prior to joining IBM, Michelle spent over four years with Arthur Andersen Business Consulting's Supply Chain practice in Denver. She has also worked for the Gates Rubber Company in Denver, and started her career at Union Carbide Corporation in Texas.
Michelle has served as Roundtable Advisory Committee Chair on the Board of Directors for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals; Roundtable Advisor and Roundtable Education Chair for the Roundtable Advisory Committee; and as the President, VP, and Program Chair of the Rocky Mountain Roundtable.
Michelle is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver, Daniels College of Business teaching Logistics Management and is a graduate of the University of Colorado-Boulder College of Business with a B.S. degree in Transportation and Logistics.