Tammy Butler Robinson
Tammy Butler Robinson is a proven leader with a strong background in housing and community development, expertise in public finance and management, and a deep commitment to improving communities and the lives of women in Indiana. As a Managing Principal with Engaging Solutions, she has successfully led and managed the company’s call center business and co-managed the firm’s planning and community outreach sector. Prior to that, Tammy spent over a decade in State government as a fiscal analyst for the Indiana House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee; Assistant Director of the Indiana State Budget Agency; Director of Claims Management for the Family and Social Services Agency; and Data Director for the Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning.
In 2003, Priscila joined Cummins as the Purchasing Leader in Brazil. Shortly after joining Cummins, she moved to the U.S. to become the Global Sourcing Director for Forgings. In 2011, she moved back to Latin America to lead the Indirect Purchasing team and then the Direct Purchasing team. She moved back to the U.S. in 2016 to lead the Global Indirect Procurement organization and became the Vice President of Global Procurement in 2021. As a Cummins leader, Priscila exemplifies Cummins core values everyday by building trust, exuding enthusiasm and leading by example.
Named 2019 Supply Chain Pro to Know of the year by Supply & Demand Chain Executive, Lisa Dolan is VP of Supply Chain Strategy at ALOM Technologies Corporation. Lisa is a highly seasoned supply chain executive with extensive experience in global supply chain operations and reverse logistics. With a focus on technology, Lisa designs and implements supply chain optimization plans that appreciably reduce risk, cost and improve service and quality levels for the world’s most respected Fortune 500 clients in the automotive, medical, technology, consumer, and government sectors. Ms. Dolan is active in the supply chain professional community. Currently, she serves as the Vice President of Marketing with Women in Automotive Technology – Silicon Valley and held past board positions with the CSCMP San Francisco Roundtable.
Transforming Access to Opportunity
WE Succeed is the Great Lakes Women’s Business Council’s transformational education and development program equipping certified Women's Business Enterprise (WBEs) with the tools and knowledge to maximize growth opportunities and grow sustainable businesses.
Who Should Participate?
Women Entrepreneurs in business for 2 or more years looking to:
- Scale their businesses
- Succeed despite obstacles
- Cultivate strong relationships with WBEs
What To Expect?
Sessions are designed to provide access to subject matter experts on topics that impact women in business and to cultivate relationships among WBEs and corporate members of Great Lakes WBC.
Great Lakes WBC is providing continual learning through WBE Workshops. Workshop are designed to cultivate learning and networking.
WE Succeed Goal
Provide transformational learning and development to equip WBEs with the steps to growing sustainable businesses and maximizing growth opportunities.