Cynthia Kalina-Kaminsky

CEO and Founder

On the first day of her first job, Cynthia’s requirement was to “Make the factory globally competitive”. Ever since that first successful transformation she’s been working with companies like yours. Companies that want to enable End-2-End supply chain transparency and visibility. To create robust supply chain alignment internally and with supply chain partners. To meet or beat customer requirements.

Companies who work with her:

  • are often in the Fortune/Global 500
  • tripled their business valuation in 2 years,
  • measurably increased EBIDTA,
  • decreased cycle times by 80%, and
  • had international supply chain activities nationally recognized


Holding a BS, MS, and Ph.D. in engineering, Cynthia consults with companies to transform global supply chain performance. Success includes (as needed): Strategic Performance Plan development, supply chain policy,.

She was 1 of 8 global supply chain experts chosen to modernize SCOR (Supply Chain Operations Reference model) in 2022 and did so by heading highly experienced global teams. She is experienced in industry/academia/government.

Previously, Cynthia headed the Entrepreneurship Program at The University of Texas – Arlington’s College of Business – Management Department where she built investor networks for tech and other opportunities rolling out of the university. Acted as COO of a robotics research lab where she commercialized basic research IP. As a Professor of Industrial Manufacturing and Supply Chain Program Management for the Defense Acquisition University she worked across Services and Agencies to improve supply chain practices and industrial knowledge.  She has coordinated economic development with country ministers up through Deputy Prime Ministers and had a project become part of the U.S. Presidential economic trip to India for expanded bilateral trade talks. She has also: directed global MIT SCALE program supply chain competitions. Continues to provide professional and supply chain certification training, is an advisory board for the Center for Women and Enterprise – New Hampshire as well as The University of New Hampshire’s Paul School of Business’ Supply Chain Advisory Board, guest lectures at The University of New Hampshire, The University of Texas, and Northeastern University, and keynotes & provides workshops for international conferences.

Companies/organizations worked with include: Smith-Nephew, Amgen, Biogen, Johnson & Johnson, Lindt & Sprüngli, Forte Payment Systems, HP, IBM, Community Coffee, BAE, Tea Forte, Alcatel, Rockwell International, Cisco, Atrenne Computer Systems, U.S. Dept. of Defense, Kidde Fenwal, Moderna, BAE, Cisco, Alcatel, Community Coffee, Garrett Metal Detectors, Microsoft, Apple, Mosaic, Caterpillar, Overseas Private Investment Corporation – now U.S. International Development Finance Corporation




Professionals and executives in:

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Sustainability Manager or Director
  • CSR Manager
  • Manufacturing
  • Procurement
  • Information Technology
  • Information Systems
  • Procurement
  • Logistics
  • Transportation
  • Warehousing
  • Distribution
  • Project Management
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Metrics and Dashboarding
  • Governance
  • ESG