Our CEO, Yasmin Chandani has been recognized by Supply Chain Africa as one of the Top 30 Women Leading Innovation in Africa’s Supply Chains.

Yasmin has been working in the health supply chain field for over two decades, leading multi-country, multi-year, and multimillion dollar initiatives. She has a strong track record of contextualizing and adapting innovations and improving efficiency in health supply chains. She is highly regarded by her peers for her rigorous attention to quality and her persistent emphasis on capacity strengthening and systematic, systemic institutionalization.

Yasmin is known for her ability to effectively lead teams in developing innovative strategies that are practical to implement and make an impact. In addition to her professional accomplishments, Yasmin is well-known for her leadership in and strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. She has made it a priority to foster a more inclusive workplace and fiercely advocates for women’s and young people’s advancement and leadership in the field. Furthermore, she aims for all of inSupply’s projects to be gender intentional at a minimum and strives for them to be gender transformative, with the goal of mainstreaming gender and social inclusion considerations within public health supply chains. She is an inspiration to other women who want to make a difference in the supply chain industry and her leadership and innovation will undoubtedly shape the industry for years to come.

Yasmin is honored and grateful to receive this recognition with so many talented and accomplished women in the industry. “I am thrilled to be included in this list of talented and inspiring female leaders,” said Yasmin. “I am grateful to be able to contribute to the growth and success of the supply chain industry and I hope to continue to inspire others to pursue their passions and make a positive impact in their field.”

See the full recognition here.

Related Posts