The Content Advisory Committee is excited to welcome you to NRF Supply Chain 360 and works year-round to make sure this event is valuable to the retail supply chain and sustainability community. Meet our committee below!
Executive Vice President, Supply Chain & Logistics
Gregg Barta is currently the EVP of Logistics at Kohl’s Dept Stores. Prior to Kohl’s, he worked for the Supply Chain Practice of Accenture and he was at Sears Logistics Services where he managed Transportation Operations and Distribution Operations serving over 850 stores. Prior to Sears, Gregg was a design engineer for Sikorsky Aircraft.
He is a graduate of the Kellogg Graduate School of Management and has a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from Purdue University.
Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability
National Retail Federation
Scot Case is vice president of corporate social responsibility and sustainability at NRF. In this role, he leads NRF’s Sustainability Council and supports retailer efforts to use their businesses to make the world a better place for everyone.
Scot has focused on the intersection of business, environmental and social concerns since the mid-1990s. With strategic leadership experience in the retail, quick-service restaurant, manufacturing and nonprofit sectors, he provides a system-wide perspective that helps NRF members thrive in a rapidly changing future.
Vice President of Supply Chain & Customs Policy
National Retail Federation
Jonathan Gold is vice president of supply chain and customs policy at the National Retail Federation. In this role, he is a primary spokesperson and is responsible for representing the retail industry before Congress and the administration on supply chain, international trade, product safety and customs-related issues impacting the retail industry. While with NRF, he has been a leading advocate of the value of trade and global value chains to the U.S. economy.
US Sustainability Manager
Abigail Kammerzell is the Sustainability Manager for H&M’s operations in the United States. She drives the company sustainability strategy and programs to support the interconnectivity between the health of people and the health of the planet, while amplifying storytelling around H&M’s sustainability initiatives. Abigail is responsible for accelerating H&M US’s sustainability-related efforts through providing focus, alignment, and guidance, as well as overseeing charitable partnerships and engagement for H&M US. After joining H&M in 2008, Abigail worked in a variety of roles at H&M, including HR, Employee Engagement, and Internal Communications.
Director of Sustainability
Desta Raines is recognized as a global corporate responsibility leader with expertise in sustainability, supply chains, trade, labor laws, policies and issues. She has led impactful initiatives across multiple sectors and prior to joining Sephora she served as the Senior Director of Fair Trade USA’s Apparel and Home Goods team, leading Factory Support Services. Before Fair Trade she was with Apple, leading their work on labor and human rights, supply chain stakeholder engagement and responsible sourcing of materials. Desta was also previously with The Jones Group, managing their social compliance efforts around the world, and has served as the Executive Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, too.
Executive Vice President & Chief Supply Chain Officer
Tractor Supply Company
Colin Yankee serves as Executive Vice President/Chief Supply Chain Officer for Tractor Supply Company (NASDAQ: TSCO). He is responsible for the end to end supply chain, including merchandise planning, inventory management, vendor operations, transportation and distribution operations.
Colin has broad supply chain experience, previously serving as the Vice President of Logistics at Neiman Marcus and in a variety of roles at Target Corporation. Prior to joining Target, Colin was a Captain in the United States Army. Colin graduated from the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, earned a Master of Science in Supply Chain Management degree from Michigan State University, and advanced management certification from Columbia Business School.