Global Account Leader, Consumer, Co-leader, Supply Chain Talent Optimization
Tom serves as Senior Partner and Global Account Lead in the Consumer practice and is also co-leading a new Supply Chain Talent Optimization offering working with leading Fortune 500 CSCO’s.
Tom has over 20 years of consulting and industry experience working on large-scale, global transformation efforts, across all major industries. Tom is also an active industry advocate serving 15+ years on the Advisory Council for the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association.
Most recently Tom was Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Revenue Officer for a supply chain SaaS technology start-up firm in Silicon Valley. Prior to this, Tom held the same Global Account Leader role with Korn Ferry, leading a portfolio of Consumer accounts that included its largest global Retail client. Previously, he was Executive Vice President at Chainalytics, a boutique supply chain consulting firm, where he led global strategic accounts. Here, he helped develop key accounts with global Fortune 500 consumer and retail clients. Previously, Tom was Vice President, Consumer Products, Retail and Supply Chain at Capgemini Consulting. During his time at Capgemini, he focused on transformation and growth initiatives in the CPG and Retail industries, and was also one of the functional leaders of the Supply Chain practice.
Previously, Tom held multiple senior leadership roles at AlixPartners, BearingPoint and A.T. Kearney. Tom began his consulting career with Deloitte Consulting and is a proud U.S. Navy veteran.
Tom has served many large global Retail and CPG clients in his career to support every functional area: store planning, forecasting and replenishment, distribution network design, organizational strategy, etc. Sample clients include The Home Depot, Safeway, PepsiCo, P&G, and Walmart
Tom holds a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Engineering from The Ohio State University where he was recognized as a Secretary of the Navy Distinguished Graduate and an MBA in Strategy & Finance from Carnegie Mellon University.