PAMELYN G. LINDSEY Methodologies Lead

Pam Lindsey brings to the Peake Fellows a passion for coaching along with a distinguished career in both supply chain management and applied learning innovation. Pam is a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) and a regular speaker at international industry conferences/STEM programs. Pam is an experienced professional across integrated business planning, Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP), and supply chain management.

Pam is President and Co-Founder of L4 Services LLC, a consulting, advisory, and educational services firm. She also co-leads the training academy for the National Defense Transportation Association. Pam was previously Director of Global Supply Chain Operations for Ciena Corporation, a telecommunications and network strategy company. For most of her career, Pam served in a range of roles for the DuPont Company as a leader for continuous improvement, project management, manufacturing, process safety, risk management, and training/development. She has worked in the pharmaceutical, chemicals, fluoroproducts and agricultural product lines at U.S.-based sites and globally.

Pam has also served as a longtime leader of ASCM/APICS, the association for supply chain management, as board director and as board representative for the Research, Innovation, and Strategy Committee. She is an APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional and a Six Sigma Black Belt. Pam's other non-profit service includes a high school Project Lead the Way (STEM) board and chairing the Chemical Operators Industry Advisory Committee for Delaware Technical Community College. She also serves on the Services and Supply Chain Program Advisory Board for the Graves School of Business at Morgan State University and as an advisor to the Graves School of Business Consulting Club.

Pam holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh where she was active in the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Pam also holds a master’s in project management from Morgan State University Graves School of Business.