Title: Supplier Diversity Director
Company: Lone Star College
Location: The Woodlands, Texas, United States
Monica Campana, Supplier Diversity Director at Lone Star College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in human resources innovation.
Following obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Universidad UTE in Quito, Ecuador, Ms. Campana then earned a master’s degree in neuropsychology in education from the International University of La Rioja Spain in 2017. She was subsequently certified as a professional in supplier diversity, logistics, materials and supply chain management by the ISM Institute in Supply Management in 2019. Ms. Campana excelled as human resources director of ISM International Academy from 2002 to 2008, quality consultant and head of education with Qualiplus Internacional from 2009 to 2011, organizational development coordinator with American International Group (AIG) from 2011 to 2013, eLearning and development manager with Capital Group Ecuador from 2013 to 2014 and led the design development and implementation of numerous, university accredited, online training and education programs with AUGE in South America from 2014 to 2018.
Since 2018, Ms. Campana has provided superior service as a supplier diversity director with Lone Star College (LSC) in The Woodlands, Texas, during which she has designed and implemented the institution’s supplier diversity process, increasing the number of minority vendors by 35% as well as a reliable and responsive system for monthly and biannual reporting of the supplier diversity base. In addition, she represented Lone Star College in the minority business community and marketed its programs in 15 weekly community events. LSC’s program has been awarded by the HMSDC and has also been mentioned by the Houston Business Journal as innovative and committed to the community. For her efforts in promoting diversity, Ms. Campana has garnered an Award of Merit and Recognition and a Strategic Partner Award from the Greater Houston Business Procurement Forum, as well as an Outstanding Diversity Program Award from the Houston Business Journal. In the coming years, she intends to improve her capacity in the supplier diversity area, begin doctorate studies and research the importance of supplier diversity in the community with the intention of publishing a book.
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