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Listen to the APICS May PDM Online Webcast 

Chain Risk Management and Resilience Presented by:

Daniel Stanton a supply chain executive, educator, and entrepreneur and and APICS Charlotte chapter member. He is the author of Supply Chain Management For Dummies, and his courses on LinkedIn Learning have been viewed more than 1 million times.

And Mathew Acampora, MD primary care physician with Wellcome MD in Charlotte,NC. He completed his clinical rotations, oversight, testing, and evaluations at the Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey.

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APICS Charlotte Recognitions -- Volunteer and Instructor of The Year

For the ASCM/APICS year that ended on June 30, the Charlotte Chapter is happy to announce that Justin Ridge is our Volunteer of The Year and Carolyn Sly is our Instructor of The Year.  Both Justin and Carolyn give their time freely to the Charlotte Chapter and epitomize our mission.  Justin is our Vice President for Membership and has been an APICS member and Board member for the past three years.  Many of you know Carolyn as she has been with the Charlotte Chapter since its inception.  She is our Vice President for Education and has taught many of our Chapter members and others in the Charlotte community over the years.  You can read more about Justin and Carolyn on our Recognition page by clicking here.  Please join us in congratulating them.

APICS Charlotte Recognition – Company of the Year

Recognition for our Company of The Year goes to Nederman Group.  Nederman was a generous supporter of the Charlotte Chapter this past year graciously offering their beautiful facility for education classes and monthly meetings.  They see the value in APICS CSCP education as they sent 6 people to one of our most recent classes.  They are excited about getting more involved with the Chapter and have offered assistance in the future. You can read more about Nederman on our recognition page by clicking here.  Please join us in congratulating them.


 APICS Charlotte is proud to be a sponsor for the Senior Class of 2020 at Sugar Creek Charter School.  Their Senior Support Committee is working diligently to prepare seniors with essential items donated by the Sugar Creek Charter community.  The basic premise of the initiative is to reward all of their seniors collectively.   It is important for all the graduates to know they are loved and well wishes are extended in many forms. If you would like to be a sponsor too, click the link below to find out how you can help.

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Membership Extension Programs

ASCM Unemployed Membership Extension Program

If you are an unemployed ASCM member whose membership is coming up for renewal and you are actively seeking work within the supply chain management field, you may apply for an extension of membership benefits through the unemployed membership extension program.

This program enables members seeking employment within the supply chain management industry to extend their membership for free for an additional six months.

Note: Members may apply for this extension up to three times for coverage over an 18-month period. Members apply for the extension through their local chapter, which must approve the request and waive chapter dues. Members approved for this waiver will receive e-membership for the duration of the waiver, which includes access to all member benefits which will be delivered electronically.

If you qualify:

Step 1

Download the ASCM benefits extension for unemployed members form

Step 2

Mail, fax or email your completed form to:
Attn: ASCM Membership Extensions
8430 West Bryn Mawr Avenue Suite 1000
Chicago, IL 60631 USA
Fax: +1-773-639-3007

[email protected]


Call ASCM Customer Relations at 1-800-444-2742 or
+1-773-867-1777 available 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CT,
M–F with any questions






Upcoming APICS Charlotte Educational Offerings

Looking to further your Supply Chain knowledge and career? 

Check out the upcoming CSCP and CPIM courses we offer through APICS Charlotte!


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