Office Hour with Waterloo Engineering alumni Jason Tham (BASc ’02) and Emily Shepherd (BASc ’19) of NulogyExport this event to calendar

Thursday, September 15, 2022 — 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT

Waterloo Engineering students and alumni are invited to participate in an exclusive virtual Office Hour with Waterloo Engineering alumni Jason Tham (BASc 2002, Systems Design Engineering), CEO of Nulogy, and Emily Shepherd (BASc 2019, Systems Design Engineering), Product Manager at Nulogy.

During this Office Hour, Jason Tham and Emily Shepherd will each talk about their unique career journey since graduating from the systems design engineering program, how they have come together in their career journeys to work at Nulogy, and how - despite graduating almost 20 years apart – they work together and collaborate to solve real-world problems in supply chain management. They will also talk about how the “systems thinking” they learned about during their undergraduate studies is still very alive and well and how they leverage it in their work. Nulogy is hiring so come to learn about Jason, Emily and Nulogy, an award-winning provider of supply chain collaboration solutions, and what skills you need to be considered to work there for a rewarding career in supply chain management.

Join fellow alumni and students for this virtual Office Hour to gain access to Jason and Emily’s insights and learnings throughout their career journeys, how they continue to use “systems thinking” in their work, and how they collaborate to solve real-work supply chain problems. Please bring your questions for an engaging conversation!

Please RSVP to receive the MS Teams link to join and bring your questions for an engaging conversation!

Join the Waterloo Engineering Hub (powered by Ten Thousand Coffees) to gain access to this Office Hour. If you are already a member of the Waterloo Engineering Hub, please sign in to RSVP.
 

Jason ThamJason Tham
BASc 2002, Systems Design Engineering
Co-Founder and CEO

Nulogy

Biography

Jason Tham is a co-founder, CEO and brand ambassador for Nulogy. He is focused on corporate development, executive leadership, and understanding the evolving landscape of Nulogy’s clients. He is also on Nulogy’s board and is a frequently-requested speaker at events.

For more than a decade, Jason has led industry thought leadership with speaking engagements for the Contract Packaging Association, the Gartner Supply Chain Symposium, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), among many others.

Jason draws from his experience in continuous improvement and packaging at Kellogg’s highly automated production facility, and in R&D, manufacturing and quality at Magna International. He graduated with a BASc (Hons) with a Management Sciences option from the University of Waterloo.

Connect with Jason on LinkedIn.
 

Emily Shepherd (BASc 2019) of NulogyEmily Shepherd
BASc 2019, Systems Design Engineering

Product Manager
Nulogy

Biography

Emily Shepherd is a product manager at Nulogy. She is responsible for identifying customer needs, outlining a product vision, and leading a team through the design and development of innovative software solutions that solve some of the most challenging problems within the global supply chain. Prior to joining the product management team at Nulogy, Emily began her career as a product designer at Nulogy, where she performed user research and UI/UX design to create and validate improvements to Nulogy's software applications.

Emily graduated from the systems design engineering program at the University of Waterloo in 2019 with a BASc with a Management Sciences option. During her time at uWaterloo, she discovered a passion for working collaboratively to build products that solve real-world problems through various co-op opportunities in the life sciences, customer marketing, and supply chain industries.

Connect with Emily on LinkedIn.

Cost 
Free, however, registration is requested as space is limited
Location 
Waterloo Engineering Hub


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