Like many of us, Azuka Okeke once thought supply chain was boring--until it became clear what a profound impact it had on everything from public health to global problem solving. Now, as CEO of the Africa Resource Center for Excellence in Supply Chain Management, she's working to encourage local manufacturing in Nigeria as a key component for the timely delivery of medications. She's no stranger to making noise on important issues - and she has plenty to teach us on the topic.
Tune in as she chats with Scott and special guest co-host Jenny Froome from SAPICS in this classic Supply Chain Now episode on educating local governments, facilitating successful private/public sector collaborations, sustainably tackling sustainability and more.
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This episode is hosted by Scott Luton and Jenny Froome. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/supply-chain-now-classic-supply-chain-excellence-1036