Since 2002, Max Henry serves as the Executive Director of the Global Supply Chain Council, which is the Asia's largest professional organization in supply chain, logistics and procurement and serving a fast growing community of more than 80,000 executives.
Having lived in Asia for the past 27 years, Mr. Henry has engaged actively in developing supply chain and logistics solutions for both overseas SMEs and foreign-invested companies in China: running a strategic sourcing consulting firm Sinosources, developed a B2B platform Sparkice.com and managed a supply chain solution provider ECnet. His last corporate function was with a French logistics services provider in charge of running their China operations.
His main expertise is on global supply chain, sourcing and logistics management with specific focus on 3PLs, logistics providers, transportation, warehousing, distribution, retail and e-commerce strategy and operations in key markets like China, India, Vietnam and Indonesia.
Elvie is a Special Projects & Support specialist and co-organizer at GSCC. She works on website pages and event updates. She provides customer communication and support to GSCC conferences, forums and educational events in the Philippines and East Asia.
She also works remotely as an Administration and Project Manager for a Health and Wellness Magazine (www.InteriorWellness.com). She manages staff, maintains customer database, provides customer support, oversees the quarterly release of print and digital magazine, co-organizes events and festivals.
She is skilled in customer communication, email support and sales. She has a vast experience in program and project management. Has a B.A., Communication degree from Cebu Normal University.
Ja works on Special Projects & Support for the GSCC’s events in the Southeast Asia region. She maintains communication with customers and updates the event websites.
Ja has been freelancing since 2013, with a primary focus on content writing. She was the Content Manager for tourism website, MyanmarBurma.com, as well as the primary writer for a variety of websites based in Myanmar and Thailand.
Although also skilled in data entry and web research, her educational background is in design. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Bachelor of Architecture.
Ayla Calumpang is an editor, researcher, and writer with over five years of experience in the field of communications, international relations, and research. She has worked for international institutions such as Silliman University, Khon Kaen University, and the Mekong Institute with responsibilities related to publications and event management concerning international affairs.
With a Master’s Degree in English Literature, she continues to advise graduate students on their research methodologies and edits various thesis and dissertations. Within the organizations Ayla has worked in, she also seeks to train others in communication as well as assist with their language needs. She is an organized employee who continually seeks to improve herself as well as others, and ensures positive results are achieved at all times.