Sory is a US-based industrial engineering leader with 10+ years of experience in supply chain and logistics operations. 𝘎𝘭𝘰𝘣𝘢𝘭 𝘌𝘤𝘰𝘯𝘰𝘮𝘪𝘤 cycles and new technologies are rapidly transforming both our business environment and daily lives. In order to adapt, organizations must execute on revised strategic programs coupled with informed decision-making, effective utilization of resources, and innovative workflows. This is important because long-term growth depends on it.
On December 19 2008, President Bush announced US$17.4 billion in emergency loans to U.S. carmakers, President Obama announced his final cabinet pick, and a 19 year-old Sory began his first day as an International Student (then naturalized citizen) of the United States after fulfilling a year on a Malian national merit-based scholarship in Morocco. Today, Sory is a results-oriented Portfolio Manager with a diverse background and a global perspective. He is ultra-committed to creating value in world markets by helping bridge the gap between new technologies and value chains, thus stimulating growth in win-win transactions through:
Agribusiness: Feeding people sustainably is a challenge we are taking on to support the growing populations in Bamako, Mali and the Sahel region at-large.
Infrastructure: Supply chain network analysis and design studies, Logistics process improvement advisory, Transport infrastructure development projects.
Trade: Import/Export education program including how to start or expand into international markets, build an eCommerce business and advertise online
More specifically, Sory is a Certified Lean Six-Sigma black belt who actively promotes team engagement, seeks process improvement opportunities, and applies industrial engineering principles in supply chain, logistics, and transportation to translate strategic visions into customer-centric actions. Sory and his wife are raising two children in the United States. He is also a car enthusiast and supports EV brands.
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