How We're Impacting The Community
Between bringing diversity to the limelight, focusing on sustainability, supporting entrepreneurs globally, and sharing stories of inspiring supply chain leaders all around the world, Let’s Talk Supply Chain donates its resources to make an impact on the community—and across the globe.
Making The World A Better Place
Want to see more diverse voices on industry stages? Join us and make an impact! Through volunteers, donations and sponsorships from organizations the Blended Pledge is creating a visible impact of diverse voices on industry stages, through grants so they can say YES to speaking engagements.
Organizations can make their own impact with Blended through exclusive grants, contact Blended today!
Sustainable Development Goals
Providing allyship to the LBTQIA+ community via Blended, a safe space for authentic discussions in the workplace.
Contributing to economic growth and decent work on Blended, too!
LTSC™ Sustainability Programs
Women in supply chain™ since January 2018
The Women in supply chain™, or WISC, series shares the stories of women who are doing amazing things in supply chain.
With each episode or blog, they inspire and encourage others to step into the industry and envision what a career could look like for them, for others in the industry to lean in and understand the journeys and to share advice/learnings and mistakes along the way.
Blended Podcast since October 2020
Blended is the newest conversation in diversity and inclusion bringing together people from all walks of life to share their perspectives, their stories, debate beliefs in a safe space. Everyone comes as strangers and leaves as friends feeling heard, feeling seen and changing the hearts and minds of those in the workspaces around them. It takes honesty, bravery and authenticity to see change and make an impact and we do that one episode at a time.
21:21 Mentorship Program
Sarah believes in paying it forward and sharing valuable, applicable knowledge. That’s why she joined the 21:21 Mentorship Program, to help the next generation of Women in supply chain™ pursue the treacherous path of a career in logistics operations. Sarah has also been part of the FITT mentorship program and many others.
Sarah lends her time by being on the Board of Directors for FITT – The Forum for International Trade Training. As the elite learning program for International Trade professionals with an option to obtain your CITP designation, FITT is a leader in global trade.
Sarah has previously chaired the 25th-anniversary conference committee, ongoing support for the ISO application and supports the CAC committee Sarah has also been part of the Committee to help design and guide the DEI Honor given at TPM by the Journal of Commerce to ensure that industry organizations who are committed to their DEI journey are honored for the impact they are making in supply chain