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Supply Chain strategy and innovation

Doaa Dashoush is a supply chain maven with more than a decade of work in the field. Her talent and skill in strategizing and innovating has reinvigorated supply chains across a number of industries. She began her supply chain career with Cartier in 2006, and took to it like a fish to water. Her positions have been with the Swatch Group, Aerosoles, Verizon, and Chanel. These companies have allowed her to develop and grow in the field through hands-on work. Her most recent career venture involved her becoming the President and CEO of GFASHION, a global luxury brand making waves in the fashion industry. This brand curates bespoke collections for its cult-like target market by the world’s top designers. Throughout this slight career transition, Doaa has maintained explicit accountability for her work and expects the same from those she manages. Since starting her career, she has also experienced growth in her personal life, having been married and had 3 boys. She has been happy to see them grow alongside her career and success.

Doaa Dashoush’s Latest Posts

Crucial Supply Chain Terminology You Should Know

One of the most important factors that businesses can consider when it comes to improving their customer satisfaction and profitability is the supply chain management process. This process involves managing the various steps involved in the production and distribution of their products. Aside from being a core part of many businesses, it’s also important thatContinue reading “Crucial Supply Chain Terminology You Should Know”

Ketanji Jackson: A Historic First for Black Women

On Thursday, April 7, 2022, the US Senate confirmed President Joe Biden’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. The Senate voted 53-47 to confirm Jackson, making her the first African-American woman to serve on the Supreme Court. Jackson’s elevation to the Supreme Court is regarded as one of the most consequential decisions madeContinue reading “Ketanji Jackson: A Historic First for Black Women”

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