Amy Broglin-Peterson

Adjunct Faculty
Michigan State University

Amy Broglin-Peterson is a leading voice in supply chain strategy development, including in the complex fields of re-engineering and deployment projects. Amy has been a Subject Matter Expert to the Big 4 consulting firms, and worked with major companies within the manufacturing, automotive, electric vehicle, start-up, pharmaceutical, retail and tech industries.  A trusted advisor to academia and research groups, Amy currently holds an adjunct faculty position within Michigan State University's #1 ranked Supply Chain Management program, teaching upper-level students Logistics and Supply-Chain best practice.

Working in previous roles as a global supply chain, purchasing and logistics executive, Amy has extensive experience developing and enacting international supply chain and logistics networks, and freight movement strategies for multinational automotive and manufacturing conglomerates. Amy is a recognized leader of global teams, a recipient of multiple customer and internal awards, and has a proven track record of designing and implementing high-dollar transformative supply chain projects with large global companies. Amy serves on the Verifai Strategic Advisory Board, overseeing the critical work involved in product development, device manufacturing and global distribution.