Co-President – Karen Vellutini
Karen Vellutini has been in the international transportation industry since 1988. Her professional experience encompasses many facets of the industry, including ocean carriers, terminal operators and trucking companies. She is currently Vice President, Sales & Marketing for Devine Intermodal, an intermodal trucking company headquartered in Sacramento, CA. Karen’s previous positions include sales and marketing with Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) and American President Lines (APL). She is a Northern California native and a graduate of the California State University, Fresno in International Business. Karen has been a WIL member for several years and is looking forward to growing the organization and walking in the footsteps of its previous Presidents.
Co-President – Eileen Gulian
Eileen has been a key contributor to Laufer Group International since the opening of Laufer’s San Francisco office in 2011. While working as a Senior Sales Account Executive for Laufer Group, Eileen provides streamlined customized solutions to address her customer’s unique supply chain challenges. She has supported Beneficial Cargo Owners (BCOs) nationwide since the start of her logistics career in 2008. Eileen is a true advocate for her clients and her impact to the industry and community are insurmountable. Her dedication and passion for people and relationships has created her success and has helped her grow her book of business with various companies and commodity groups. While not a Bay Area native she has made Northern California her home. She is a native of New Jersey and graduate of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield CT. Eileen loves living and working in the Bay Area and is looking forward to serving 2017 as Co-President for Women In Logistics.
WIL Founder & Project Manager – Stacy Roth
Stacy attributes much of her career success to the contacts and knowledge she gained through Women in Logistics. Her exciting career path has afforded her many opportunities to travel globally and work with many cultures while closing significant business opportunities for her employer. She has worked for the top logistics companies in the world of which include her current employer, DSV Air & Sea.
Previously, Stacy worked for APL, FedEx, and Panalpina.
As Founder of Women in Transportation (now Women in Logistics), Stacy is remains committed to the original mission of the organization, which is to provide educational and networking opportunities for women in the logistics industry. At the same time, she is proud of the diversity of WIL membership in the 21st century, with men representing 40-50% of our event attendees, a validation of the broad range of resources the group offers to all wishing to begin or to develop careers in this exciting field! Today, Stacy maintains a leadership role with Women in Logistics.