Join Recruitment Manager, Jelena Pejic and Bob Lieb, Professor of Supply Chain Management, for an informal “Ask Me Anything” about our graduate certificate programs. This is a great opportunity to learn more, ask questions, and find out how a graduate business education from D'Amore-McKim can enrich your skillset, expand your network, and enhance your professional potential.

Commonly asked questions:

  • The application process – Find out what our admissions team looks for to make your application standout
  • Funding your education – Northeastern has a variety of scholarships and financial aid options
  • Student experience – Learn more about why other students have chosen a graduate certificate from D'Amore-McKim and how it is helping them further their career goals

As a thank you for participating in this event, attendees will receive an application fee waiver code valued at $100.


Dr. Robert C. Lieb is Professor of Supply Chain Management in the College of Business Administration at Northeastern University in Boston. He designed and implemented the College's Supply Chain Management programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

His primary areas of research and consulting include third party logistics, global supply chain management, and strategic planning. Each year he conducts surveys of the CEOs of major third party logistics companies operating in North America, Europe and Asia that focus on the evolution of the third party logistics industry.

Jelena Pejic

Jelena Pejic is an international higher education professional who is motivated to meaningfully influence students at a pivotal time in their lives. She has 10 years of experience recruiting and advising graduate applicants and students. Jelena currently manages the graduate certificate portfolio of programs at D'Amore-McKim School of Business. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Boston University and is currently pursuing a graduate program in global studies at Northeastern University. She grew up in former Yugoslavia and relocated to the United States in 1997.