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Max Di Filippo is a Senior Project Support Specialist with the Supply Chain and Logistics Institute (SCL). Max will play a key role in education and event logistics process management. He will develop and maintain relationships with program speakers which includes management of speaker schedules, presentations, travel, and compensation. He will also be involved in planning and decision-making regarding SCL and program-specific marketing campaigns, and directing GTPE and other service providers in executing these campaigns. Tasks include preparing course material, assisting with attendee registration, following up with all speakers and attendees after completion of a course, and handling financial aspects of SCL programs. Max earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Cleveland State University and has over 7 years of experience working in program and project management for a variety of companies.
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