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Joanna Martinez assists clients ranging from technology startups to Fortune 50 companies, helping them conquer business challenges caused by turbulent times.  She is also a frequent speaker on disruption and digitization and the founder of Supply Chain Advisors LLC.

After receiving engineering degrees from Rutgers University Joanna focused her career helping companies that were being battered by disruptive forces, creating innovative ways to grow their bottom lines or reduce costs. She has led transformation initiatives for businesses in different sectors, among them Johnson & Johnson (consumer products), Diageo (beverages), AllianceBernstein LP (financial services) and Cushman & Wakefield (real estate services, facilities management).

She was named a Distinguished Alumna by Rutgers College of Engineering and now sits on the School of Engineering’s Industry Advisory Board. She advises two startups and a professional services organization. Joanna and her teams have been recognized for innovation or customer excellence by Determine, American Express, Egencia, and Heublein. In 2019 and 2020, she was designated a Top 25  Global Influencer and Thought Leader in Digital Disruption,  Procurement, and Supply Chain by Thinkers360.

Her book, A Guide to Positive Disruption, draws on her experiences making positive changes at the organizations for which she has worked and provides a framework to follow for those who want to be successful in a business undergoing disruption. It is available on Amazon.

Contact Joanna on LinkedIn or via email at [email protected].  

 

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Meet Joanna

Joanna Martinez assists clients ranging from technology startups to Fortune 50 companies, helping them conquer business challenges caused by turbulent times.  She is also a frequent speaker on disruption and digitization and the founder of Supply Chain Advisors LLC.

After receiving engineering degrees from Rutgers University Joanna focused her career helping companies that were being battered by disruptive forces, creating innovative ways to grow their bottom lines or reduce costs. She has led transformation initiatives for businesses in different sectors, among them Johnson & Johnson (consumer products), Diageo (beverages), AllianceBernstein LP (financial services) and Cushman & Wakefield (real estate services, facilities management).

She was named a Distinguished Alumna by Rutgers College of Engineering and now sits on the School of Engineering’s Industry Advisory Board. She advises two startups and a professional services organization. Joanna and her teams have been recognized for innovation or customer excellence by Determine, American Express, Egencia, and Heublein. In 2019 and 2020, she was designated a Top 25  Global Influencer and Thought Leader in Digital Disruption,  Procurement, and Supply Chain by Thinkers360.

Her book, A Guide to Positive Disruption, draws on her experiences making positive changes at the organizations for which she has worked and provides a framework to follow for those who want to be successful in a business undergoing disruption. It is available on Amazon.

Contact Joanna on LinkedIn or via email at [email protected].