Linda Dunn, MBA is faculty director and assistant professor of the practice for the Master’s in Supply Chain Management at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies. Dunn’s focus area is on developing agile Supply Chains that are highly interconnected with partners and integrated within an organization.
Before joining Georgetown University SCS, Dunn served as VP Supply Chain & Quality Assurance for HMSHost, a global leader in creating dining for travel venues. In her role at HMSHost, she oversaw North American supply chain and quality assurance functions including Procurement, Distribution, Category Management, Supplier and Operations Food Safety, and Supplier Relationship Management. Other prior experiences at HMSHost spanned the areas of Financial Planning & Analysis, Business Process Analysis and Revenue Optimization. Dunn has played a strong role in sustainability efforts and previously served on the inaugural National Restaurant Association’s Conserve Sustainability Advisory Council. Prior tenures before HMSHost included roles in the telecommunications and banking sectors.
Dunn earned her MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland and obtained her BBA from James Madison University graduating summa cum laude with a double major in Finance and English.