Territorial Advisory Board

Dan Keim

Dan provides supply chain design expertise to The UPS Foundation and its humanitarian partners leveraging more than 35 years of UPS customer supply chain solutions experience. On behalf of The UPS Foundation, Dan engages with leading humanitarian agencies and ministries of health to enhance public health supply chains and build supply chain capacity for humanitarian efforts.

Dan’s efforts include providing expertise on final mile delivery of life-sustaining cold-chain vaccines and medical products in Uganda, in collaboration with GAVI and The Global Fund. Engagements with CARE include being a member of the CARE Corporate Council, providing training at Regional Supply Chain workshops as well as global supply chain governance and strategy analysis. Dan is also engaged with the World Food Programme and the Logistics Emergency Team to strengthen Logistics Capacity Assessments to help enhance supply chain resilience. In addition, Dan serves as a Territorial Advisory Board member for The Salvation Army’s Western Territory in addition to being a member of the Africa Resource Centre’s Private Sector Advisory Board which aims to improve the availability of medicines and health products in Africa by building more efficient and effective supply chain systems.

Over his career at UPS, Dan has held various responsibilities in Airline Operations, Industrial Engineering, Enterprise Retail Sales, Healthcare Strategy, Supply Chain Transportation and most recently in Customer Solutions as Managing Director of Global Solutions, working with UPS’s largest customers to design, and implement sustainable global supply chain business models.

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