NEW YORK, NY (December 15, 2015) – The Global Sourcing Council today announced the appointment of Maung Min to its board of directors, effective immediately. Dr. Min will provide program and education support pertaining to United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda.
Maung is an experienced management executive with over 25 years of track record of leading functions and initiatives in the areas of Sustainability, EHS and Supplier Management, IM, Manufacturing, and Quality Systems (including Operations Excellence/Continuous Improvement). He has led initiatives in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Dr. Min has held roles in Italy as well as in Puerto Rico and is passionate working in a global and multi-cultural setting.
More recently, Dr. Min ran the Corporate Sustainability program for a global bio-pharma company where he was instrumental in leading the development and implementation of 7 sustainability goal adopting the triple bottom line concept focusing on environmental, social and economic benefits. He was also the lead driving the company Supplier Sustainability effort incorporating sustainability risks into the overall supplier risk model. Dr. Min represented his company at a number of external industry organizations, including PSCI, and CDP Supply Chain initiative. He helped his company gain external recognition in sustainability (#1 Company by Corporate Responsibility; CDP Leadership Index), as well.
Dr. Min is also a passionate educator. He serves as Adjunct Associate Professor at CUNY – Baruch College. As a faculty member of Department of Management, Dr. Min teaches Sustainable Business and Supply Chain Sustainability courses at MBA level.
Earlier in his career Dr. Min worked in management consulting with projects in the areas of business process reengineering, operations effectiveness, change management, product portfolio and supply chain management. He also has 10 years in engineering experience as project, process and environmental engineer.
Dr. Min holds a DBA from Grenoble Ecole de Management – a triple accredited university, an MBA from Baruch College, and an MS in Chemical Engineering from Manhattan College. He also lectures and participates in panel discussions in the area of sustainability.