National Association of Professional Women Announces Susan Brennan, IT Project Lead/Supply Chain Manager of Tyco Fire Protection Products, as VIP Woman of the Year

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Susan Brennan is recognized as an NAPW VIP Woman of the Year for her outstanding leadership and commitment within her profession.

I have an in-depth understanding of systems and how they relate to the interrelatedness of business functions. I am known and praised for my wide breadth of business practices across the entire supply chain.

Susan Brennan is an IT project lead/supply chain manager at Tyco Fire Protection Products. Ms. Brennan has attained the highest level of membership to the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) as a VIP Woman of the Year and has been recognized for outstanding leadership and commitment within her profession.

For eight years, Ms. Brennan has delivered proven results as a supply chain professional at Tyco, the world’s largest pure play fire and security company. Throughout her nearly 30-year career, she has had a solid history of demonstrating leadership in various management positions within both job shop and process-based industrial manufacturing environments.

In her current position, Ms. Brennan has led a global team responsible for developing the current state business process map (including five manufacturing sites in Europe and three within the U.S.) to collaborate and develop the future global SAP blueprint in the areas of forecasting and demand management, production planning, manufacturing, quality, preventative maintenance and document management systems.

“I have an in-depth understanding of systems and how they relate to the interrelatedness of business functions,” said Ms. Brennan. “I am known and praised for my wide breadth of business practices across the entire supply chain.”

Ms. Brennan’s other noteworthy career achievements include improved working capital, reductions in inventories, increases in inventory turns, reductions in past due backlogs, improved same day/on-time delivery performance, productivity increases and cost reductions. She is skilled in policy and procedure creation, implementation, along with training and development. She has directed projects in the areas of facility consolidations and re-locations as well as the creation of new warehousing units including directing teams in inventory control, warehouse layout and inventory storage.

The National Association of Professional Women is a dynamic business network where nearly 500,000 professional women come together to interact, exchange ideas and empower themselves. Through a network of close to 400 NAPW Local Chapters nationwide, members make use of networking, educational tools and other valuable privileges of membership.

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