Join the Graduate Career Center for a Cast Your Network featuring a panel of business leaders with experience working in supply chain management. Supply chain management touches nearly every industry and has been one of the hardest-hit areas of business during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Hear directly from supply chain professionals about the changing industry and the different career paths you can pursue.  

This is an excellent opportunity to hear from industry professionals about their experience in the field and their advice on understanding of both local and global supply chain infrastructure. 

Cast Your Network Nights are networking events with industry leaders. Sign up to learn more about supply chain logistics and speak with business professionals. Each event is in two parts:  

  • Part 1: Hear first-hand from industry leaders about their experience with supply chains through a brief presentation, industry insights, and advice gained throughout their career journey. 
  • Part 2: Open networking between graduate students, alumni, and the presenters.   

Employer Guests

  • John Branco, Finance Controller, Procter & Gamble
  • Sarah Pepe, Supply Chain Manager, Yale New Haven Health
  • Jacob Skaria, Supply Chain Management Analyst, Pearson
  • Ibitayo Ibikunle, VP Global Manufacturing, Quality, and Supply Chain Operations, Zebra Technologies


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Tim Chezar, MSBA Career Planning Manager, Graduate Career Center

As a career planning program manager, Tim offers specialized and personal career advising to students pursuing an MS in Business Analytics or an MBA. Tim teaches the career management course for the Full-Time MS in Business Analytics program, providing students the tools needed to manage their careers and job searches. Students develop a personal career search strategy, gain access to prospective employers and build a strong professional network through guest speakers and in-class events. Tim also advises many of our international students and helps them search for professional development opportunities in the U.S.

Prior to coming to Northeastern, Tim held management roles in finance and economic consulting firms. He worked at Mercer Management Consulting, American Express, and The Brattle Group's Securities & Finance Group.