Leadership / Officers
Lauren is a Senior majoring in Supply Chain Management from Prairie Grove, Arkansas. Lauren previously interned with J.B. Hunt as an Intermodal intern as well as with Flint Hills Resources, a Koch subsidiary, as a Procurement Intern and is currently working for Spectrum Brands as a Walmart Replenishment Intern. She recently accepted a full-time job with Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati, OH and is very excited for the next step of her career after graduation. Outside of work and school you can likely either find Lauren at her local CrossFit gym, cooking, or spending time with friends and family!
Chief Operations Officer
Alexis is from Rogers, Arkansas and is a Junior majoring in Supply Chain Management and minoring in Information Systems. She currently works for Fishin’ Co, a nationwide seafood vendor, as a logistics intern. Her campus involvement includes Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity, Greek Life Facilitators, and Arkansas Supply Chain Association. When she is not working or completing school work you can find her spending time with her family, in bookstores, outdoors, or traveling.
Vice President of Administration
Cesar Quiodetti is a Supply Chain Management major and Information Systems minor from Panama. He worked for the Razorback Athletic Department as a Suite Attendant. Position that he describes to be one of his favorite jobs thus far. Besides working with ASCA, he is currently working as a Resident Assistant, job which he really enjoys because he gets to meet a large number of people and make new friends. In his spare time, Cesar would read a book, hang out with friends, or catch up on his tv shows.
Vice President of External Relations
Madison is a Junior majoring in Supply Chain Management from Coppell, Texas. In addition to serving as an officer for ASCA, she is also a member of WISE. This past summer Madison worked for NAPA Auto Parts in Springdale assisting with the opening of a new store. Outside of work and school you might find her pursuing one of her many hobbies which include baking, playing ukulele, reading, and spending time with friends!
Vice President of Honors Society
Ruben is a Junior international Chinese/Panamanian student from Panama. He is double majoring in Supply Chain Management and Information Systems; both of which have been areas of interest for him since childhood when he began helping his parents in their small family business. This past summer Ruben interned with Copa Airlines in Panama as an operational efficiency intern where he highly enjoyed his experience and skills gained. Outside of school you might catch Ruben pursuing one of his many hobbies which include working out, cooking/ baking, hiking, and playing table tennis!
Vice President of Finance
Spencer is a Sophomore from Little Rock, Arkansas majoring in Supply Chain Management with a minor in Chinese and Economics. A member of the Honors College since 2018, he has had the opportunity of studying abroad in Chengdu, China over the Summer of 2019. He is also involved with the Economics Department and in the Summer of 2020 will be a member of the International Business Seminar in Japan. Outside of school, Spencer volunteers at New Heights Church on Sundays, and during free time, you will find him spending time with friends around Fayetteville.
Vice President of Student Relations
Nicole is a freshman majoring in Supply Chain Management and minoring in Food Science. She is originally from Houston,Texas but moved to Bentonville, Arkansas during high school. Nicole is a mentor for the VAC’s Dream BIG program which is a mentoring program for middle school girls. She is a member of WISE and Leadership Walton. Nicole is a certified trainer at Raising Canes and a host at Theo’s part time. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with friends, family, and her many pets.
Donnie Williams, Ph.D. in an Assistant Clinical Professor of Supply Chain Management and the Executive Director of the Supply Chain Management Research Center in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas. Dr. Williams has a BBA in Finance, an MBA and. Ph.D. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, all from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA. Donnie has a passion to build a bridge between the logistics/supply chain industry and academia, seeking to build relationships that will benefit students, practitioners and faculty in a collaborative environment. Donnie’s current research interests include understanding and overcoming barriers to innovation in the logistics industry, strategic human resource management through talent and workforce management, leadership in the logistics/supply chain environment and alignment between strategic goals and operational performance. Dr. Williams is also part of a team of researchers that provides the annual DC Measures Benchmarking study for the Warehouse Educators Research Council (WERC). Dr. Williams’ professional experience includes warehouse operations, project management and leadership training. His work has been published in various academic and practitioner journals, including Transportation Journal, Marketing Theory and Practice, Transportation Management Journal, Supply Chain Management Review and Supply Chain Quarterly.