2024 ReFED Food Waste Solutions Summit

June 11-13, 2024 | Baltimore, MD
Baltimore Convention Center

Linda Dunn

Faculty Director and Assistant Professor for the Master’s in Supply Chain Management (SCM) Program

Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies


Linda Dunn is the Faculty Director and assistant professor for the Master’s in Supply Chain Management (SCM) Program at Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies; she also guided the curriculum and course development for the program. She is a passionate speaker, author, and researcher on how SCM intersects with corporate social responsibility, change management, communications, and organizational agility.

Dunn has extensive supply chain industry experience beyond academia. Before joining Georgetown, she served as Vice President of Supply Chain & Quality Assurance for HMSHost, overseeing planning, sourcing, distribution, supplier relationship management, food safety, and sustainable supply chain programs.

In 2020, Dunn received The Women in Supply Chain Award from Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine. Dunn served on the inaugural National Restaurant Association’s Conserve Sustainability Advisory Council.

Dunn earned her MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. She graduated summa cum laude from James Madison University with a BBA majoring in both Finance and English.


Thursday, June 13

10:30am - 11:30am

From A to B: Streamlining Supply Chain Logistics to Tackle Food Waste

Breakout Session 3

In this panel discussion, industry leaders and experts will explore the critical role of logistics optimization in combating food waste throughout the supply chain. From enhancing efficiency in transportation and storage to leveraging data analytics and innovative packaging solutions, this panel will highlight strategies and technologies that can streamline supply chain operations and minimize waste. Whether you're a supply chain professional, sustainability advocate, or policymaker, join us to discover actionable insights and best practices for optimizing logistics to curb waste.

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