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Mark Wallace, Sr. Vice President for Global Engineering and Sustainability at United Parcel Service (UPS), will be the first speaker for the Fall 2017 Engineering Futures Seminar Series. UPS is the world’s largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain management solutions. Engineering Futures Seminars are designed to offer Fulton Engineering students the opportunity to meet and learn about the engineering profession from the perspective of industry leaders.

Thursday, September 7, 6 p.m. – 7:30 pm
Reception: 6 p.m.- Light refreshments will be served
Talk: 6:30 pm
Question and Answer Session: 7 p.m.
Devils Oasis (2nd floor), College Avenue Commons (CAVC).
Download a map to the College Avenue Commons here. The CAVC is located at 660 S. College
Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85287.

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As Sr. Vice President for Global Engineering and Sustainability, Mark Wallace is responsible for the optimized and efficient operations of the company’s facilities, drivers and package flow technologies. He is also responsible for driving UPS’s broad spectrum of industry-leading sustainability programs and initiatives in the 220 countries and territories it serves. He is a member of the UPS Management Committee, a group of senior executives responsible for the company’s strategic direction.

Mark was previously president of UPS Supply Chain Solutions. In this role he led the company’s global contract logistics operations, helping customers in numerous industry segments optimize supply chain planning, warehousing and distribution services. He also served as vice president for Industrial Engineering, where he was responsible for capacity planning, package and hub operations, methods and work measurement, technology support and daily network and contingency planning. Prior to this position, Mark directed international engineering to support UPS’s global expansion, operations support and network planning.

Mark began his UPS career in 1986 in Arizona as an engineering specialist and driver. During his career, he has held various engineering and operations leadership positions in the West, Southwest and North Central parts of the U.S. In addition to his corporate responsibilities, Mark serves on the Board of Directors of USA for UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees). A Minnesota native, Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Arizona State University.