Doug presenting at CAWS conference in Beijing 9/08
The American Chamber of Commerce South China is having their Annual General Election and we have a candidate from Shenzhen running for the position of secretary. Please read Doug’s bio below and download the ballot to vote if you are a member – Editor
For Secretary – Douglas Paul Menelly
Mr. Menelly works at Willex Industrial, a supply chain management services firm. He manages Asian operations for the company, and resides in Shenzhen, China. He develops procurement & distribution strategies for global manufacturers, and implements lean-procurement initiatives for Fortune 500 clients. Mr. Menelly has experience in the logistics, engineering, and financial sectors. At Willex, he planned the company’s expansion into Asia, and launched facilities in Shenzhen, China and Hong Kong.
Prior to Willex, Mr. Menelly served as Vice President at Marsh and McLennan, a financial services firm in New York. During his tenure, he developed insurance packages for officers of telecommunications companies. He previously served as Co-Founder/CEO of Exband Systems, a RFID technology firm which developed tracking/location systems. At Exband, he raised capital, authored patents, and negotiated relationships with Anheuser-Busch, Symbol Technologies, and Columbia University in New York.
Douglas holds a BS in Engineering from the State University of New York, and an MS in Electronic Business from Polytechnic University. He is a board member of the Prostate Awareness Foundation (PAF), a non-profit prostate cancer organization based in California. At PAF, he has coordinated fund-raising mountain climbs in Peru, Argentina, Switzerland, and Tanzania, Africa. He is an active member with organizations including the American Chamber of Commerce in South China (AmCham), the Chinese Development Institute (CDI), China Association of Warehousing & Storage (CAWS), Japanese Chamber of Commerce, Warehouse Education and Research Council (WERC), and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).
If you are a member of AmCham please download a printable ballot and vote:
*** TO VOTE *** PLEASE PRINT BALLOT, MAKE SELECTIONS, AND FAX TO KPMG AT 020-3813-7010. BALLOTS ARE SEND VIA EMAIL TO AMCHAM MEMBERS.