Ethics Committee Members

Ama  Aidoo-Sam RegPracProc

Chair

Ama is a Senior Procurement professional with working experience across multiple industries. She is passionate about helping organisations to meet their strategic objectives.




Abdul Jaafar

Vice Chair

As the Executive General Manager Supply Chain at Bapcor Limited, Abdul leads a motivated and committed team, in an Executive General Management role that is both strategic and operational.

His background includes significant international and local experience. In addition he is honoured to have been selected to join and serve on the ASCI (Australasian Supply Chain Institute) Ethics Committee for 2022.

He has 15-year plus proven track record of delivering exceptional and sustainable outcomes in the following areas:

• Customer-Centric Supply Chain
• Logistics and Transportation, including Ocean Freight
• Distribution and Warehouse Operations
• Building Delivery Capability and High Performing Teams
• Ensuring People, Process and Technology support the Company Vision and Mission
• Quality Control, Innovation, and Continuous Improvement Processes
• Manufacturing – End to End
• Procurement, Sourcing and Vendor Management
• Inventory Demand Forecasting; and Sales and Operations Planning
• Operations Management and Strategic Initiatives Planning

Passionate about developing cross-functional, accountable teams, he considers his leadership style to be inspiring, enthusiastic, and proactive … he loves to improve things.

He is known for building and maintaining positive, collaborative working relationships across the entire network, as well as with our business partners … and he is a huge believer in taking part and helping out wherever he can.



Wayne Larsen RegPracLog

Secretary

Wayne Larsen is a Senior Executive with more than twenty years of leadership experience in the Building and Industrial Product sectors. During this time, he has gained extensive experience directing manufacturing, complex supply chains and end to end logistics organisations.

Wayne’s ethos is to challenge existing paradigms by applying systems thinking, technology and process automation solutions to achieve continuous organisational improvement, industry disruption and transformational change.

As a passionate business professional, Wayne is driven by the goal of achieving world class safety and cultural engagement to deliver exceptional operational, customer and shareholder outcomes. 



Inderjeet Virdi RegPracProc

Inderjeet is a highly effective business transformation leader with well-developed business strategy, portfolio/program management, procurement and contract management, asset management, system assurance and operational integration competencies gained from working in complex, highly regulated and commercially driven public and private sectors. An excellent team player based on the ability to establish inclusive and sustainable relationships at all levels, enhancing collaboration between business functions/partners to build and sustain a high performing culture.


Reza Kiani Mavi, PhD

Reza holds a PhD degree in Operations Management. Currently, he is a Senior Lecturer in Supply Chain and Project Management at the School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University, Australia. In addition to his usual teaching and research duties, he is involved in grant applications and has received several funds from industry including the Australian Institute of Project Management, the Department of Transport, and iMOVE Collaborative Research Centre. Reza was the Chair of the Ethics sub-committee at ECU School of Business and Law from January 2020 to June 2021. His research interests include analysing eco-innovation and eco-efficiency of supply chains, modern slavery, and project performance using mathematical models. In addition to his service as the reviewer and editorial board member of a few journals, Reza is the Associate Editor for the Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems (JIFS). 


Stephen Morse

Stephen is the Founder and CEO of Unchained Solutions Pty Ltd, a Sydney-based consultancy that equips Australian organisations to comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth). Stephen has over 25 years’ experience in entrepreneurial al leadership in the not-for-profit and private sectors, both in Australia and overseas. He’s a seasoned public speaker, thought leader and strategist who brings an engaging and refreshing perspective to the fight against modern slavery and related human rights violations, and its impact on supply chains. Stephen obtained his Doctorate in human trafficking intervention through Fuller Theological Seminary, CA in 2016, and MBA in Entrepreneurship through UTS in 2020. He currently serves on the advisory board of the Freedom Business Alliance.








































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