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Geodis has promoted Shannon Leffler to executive vice president of human resources of Geodis in America.
Geodis has also appointed Raziel Bravo to senior vice president of the Strategic Management Office.
Geodis is a global supply chain operator that offers supply chain optimization, freight forwarding, contract logistics, distribution and road transport.
Leffler has served in several key human resources positions throughout her 14-year tenure with Geodis. Leffler’s most recent role as senior vice president of human resources has included managing the regional human resources department for Geodis in Americas, which includes the U.S., Canada and Latin America.
Leffler (left) and Bravo
“Given her proven track record of human resources experience, vast logistics and supply chain industry knowledge, and unique perspective as a leader, I am confident that with Shannon in this new role we can continue to best support our employees so we can, in turn, best support our customers,” said Mike Honious, Geodis in Americas president and CEO.
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Bravo is a supply chain management professional with 24 years of industry experience, specializing in strategy, solutions and process development. Bravo has dedicated the past 11 years of her career to Geodis across various senior-level positions.
In Bravo’s new role, she will be responsible for the oversight, reporting and management of the Strategic Management Office for the Americas region, which leads activity related to strategy development, key industry insights, acquisitions and business optimizations.
“Shannon and Raziel’s appointments are great news for Geodis as we continue to empower women in a traditionally male-dominated industry,” said Mario Ceccon, Geodis executive vice president of group human resources. “I am delighted to see that more and more women are receiving access to leadership positions. The combined work of the Geodis Women’s Net- work and the Americas’ mentoring programs are crucial to helping identify and support women.”
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