Now a private consultant after two decades as a supply chain innovator with global and national experience for Bon Appetit Management Company, Compass Group at Google, and Guckenheimer Enterprises, Helene has made a career of questioning business as usual, partnering with chefs, and building trust among suppliers and distributors to move in new directions.
Date: Starting October 24, 2022
(welcome + orientation 1st week & 5 weeks of course content)
Price: $149 USD
Special Rate: $476 USD for enrolling in all four Online Courses: The Building Blocks of Brand Development, Insights from Food Experience Design, The Basics of Food Venture Formation + Financing, and Building Ethical + Responsible Food Supply Chains.
CIA alumni prices are available. For more information, contact our Admissions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-866-242-9876.
Food industry entrepreneurs, company founders, product marketers, brand strategists, and small business owners who seek to grow their food company, roll out new products, and connect with consumers in real, authentic, meaningful ways, while remaining true to their values.
In this five-week online course, you will learn how food business leaders design supply chains through a systems approach—one that takes into account these interconnected forces of climate change, global food production, responsible sourcing, and distribution.
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One of the most accomplished experts in food supply chain design and implementation in the world, lead faculty Helene York has had numerous business leadership roles with leading food companies: Chief Procurement Officer, Head of Social and Environmental Responsibility, Global Director of Responsible Business, and Director of Strategic Initiatives. She has developed supply chains and lectured to students and professionals around the world and teaches the Supply Chains, Manufacturing, Logistics, and Legal Contracts course as part of the master’s degree program at the CIA’s Food Business School. Helene graduated from Harvard College and the Yale School of Management.