Co-Director of Monica Wooden Center for Supply Chain Management and Sustainability
Phone: (805) 300-5566
Elaine Singleton joined USF in October 2019, assuming the role of co-director of the Monica Wooden Center for Supply Chain Management & Sustainability, coming from California where she was the vice president of Technicolor Global Logistics. She previously was the vice president of North America supply chain for The Walt Disney Company and held management positions with Williams-Sonoma and Target. She frequently serves as a guest speaker for industry groups on the topic of global supply chains.
Singleton’s three-decade career has encompassed end-to-end supply chain operations that have included strategic design, tactical execution and team building.
She received a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies at the Millersville University of Pennsylvania and a graduate certificate in innovation management and culture from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. She received a Masters in Supply Chain Management from the University of South Florida in August 2022.