• Sister Roundtable New York City

  • The Benelux roundtable has a strong connection with its sister roundtable in the city of New York.

    When considering going to the USA and visiting the sizzling Big Apple, make sure to connect to them and see what events they have planned where you can sign up

    visit their website:  https://www.cscmp-nyc.com

    Connect to their board: https://www.cscmp-nyc.com/board-members 

    Here is an overview of their board:


    Suzanne M. Richer, (suzannericher@amberroad.com)

    Director, Amber Road Trade Advisory Service – has been a member of CSCMP-NYC since 2005 and serves on the Educational committees of the NCBFAA, Baruch College and Rider University.  Suzanne’s expertise includes international supply chain management with a focus on global customs compliance and cargo security programs (C-TPAT, AEO, PIP). She has presented over 3000 hours of training on international trade topics in the USA and internationally.  Suzanne has a Masters Degree in Economics and was recognized by the Journal of Commerce as one of the top 20 Women in Transportation.

    Co-VP of Programs

    Lindi Turok Gold, (lindi.gold@bdpint.com)

    Lindi has experience in Global Logistics and Supply Chain solutions in the Retail and CPG Industries. She is currently Global Solutions Sales Executive at BDP International, the largest privately held supply chain company in the world. In her role, Lindi is responsible for uncovering new business through intuitive, unique, and tailored global supply chain solutions. She received a BS in Business from the University of Maryland.

    Co-VP of Programs
    Tom Elliott (tom.elliott@pfizer.com)

    Tom has experience in product R&D, development, manufacturing and global logistics/supply chain, as well as business development and integration, in the aerospace and biopharma industries.  He is currently Sr. Director Network Strategy & Management at Pfizer Inc., one of the largest biopharmaceutical companies in the world. In his role, Tom is responsible for  improving the long-term competitiveness and performance of Pfizer’s global supply chain network by assessing and initiating changes to trade flows, corporate-wide network change and master data management, physical network locations/roles and capabilities.  Tom holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, a masters in engineering from the Florida Atlantic University and an MBA from the Krannert School of Business at Purdue University

    Sponsorship Co-Chairperson

    Raymond Kovonuk (rkovonuk@inspiredbeauty.com)

    Ray has over 20 years of experience in supply chain and has been a member of CSCMP for over 16 years. He is currently the VP Operations at Inspired Beauty Brands, Inc.

    Sponsorship Co-Chairperson

    Sandy Vosk (svosk@advantage-ts.com)

    Sandy is the owner of Advantage Technology Solutions. Sandy is a highly talented executive with over 30 years of experience helping companies achieve significant business benefits from their investments in technology. He has extensive experience in the financial and supply chain sectors including leading Fortune 500 and international corporations such as PepsiCo, MONY, TNT Express and Philips Electronics. 

    VP of Membership

    Brenda Sweetman  (bsweetman@outlook.com)

    Brenda Sweetman is a veteran drawback specialist having worked for one for the country’s most well respected drawback firms for just over 30 years.  She is well known and recognized for her training and presentation skills. Brenda recently set out on her own forming Sweetman Drawback Specialist (SDS) where she continues training, consulting, and full-service management of drawback programs for small to mid-sized claimants.

    Tom O’Brien  (obrien.tom@imslog.com)

    Tom is a National Account Manager at IMS in New Jersey. In his role, Tom leads the sales and marketing efforts for the company’s IMS Logistics Management Solutions division, which has developed innovative information management tools that help solve supply chain, logistics, and transportation operations challenges. Tom earned his B.S. in Business Administration and Marketing from William Paterson University.

    Adam Lomasney  (alomasney@edc.nyc)

    Adam is a Senior Project Manager at New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) in the Ports & Transportation Department where he focuses on strengthening NYC’s supply chain competitiveness by assisting in the management of City industrial real estate assets, coordinating multi-agency freight transportation projects, and developing relationships with industry stakeholders to create good-paying jobs in freight and logistics. Adam earned his M.P.A. from DePaul University and B.A. from Albion College.