Greater Vision 2022
Push, Pull, Panic? Perishable Supply Chain Management
Monday, October 24, 2022
The 16th Annual Greater Vision was a hybrid event. The live webinar had a combined online and in-person viewing audience of over 200 students, faculty, staff, community members, and employers.
The webinar was followed by the in-person Cultivating Talent & Harvesting Leaders Career Fair where students from all majors at CSUMB and area community colleges networked with 25 employers from the region's agribusiness industry.
Read about the event in the following articles written by Lisa Dobbins, Executive Director of the Grower-Shipper Association Foundation, and Lindsay Nichols, CSUMB Business major and Ag Club President.
"Greater Vision 2022: Push, Pull, Panic? Perishable Supply Chain Management" by Lisa Dobbins
"Greater Vision 2022: A Student’s Perspective" by Lindsay Nichols
- LISTEN to Kevin Murphy's interview by Rosemary Chalmers on KSCO's "Good Morning Monterey Bay" on Oct 20, 2022.
- WATCH the Greater Vision 2022 Program Videos (below)
2022 Greater Vision Program Videos
Welcome & Introduction
President, California State University, Monterey Bay
What is the Perishable Supply Chain and how is it managed?
Chairman Ocean Mist Farms; Advisor to Produce Industry & CSUMB; Former CEO Driscoll’s
Supply Chains In Action
Tom Shepherd – Moderator
Former Vice President of Logistics Driscoll's; Former Operations & Supply Chain Management Fresh Express
Chief Operating Officer, Driscoll's
Vice President, Post Harvest
Supply Chain Skills
Dennis Donohue – Moderator
Director, Western Growers Center for Innovation and Technology
Founder & CEO, iDecision Sciences, LLC
Founder & CEO, Ag Tools
President, Grower-Shipper Association Foundation
View/Download Press Release - Greater Vision 2022
Greater Vision 2022 to focus in on perishable supply chain management (CSUMB News)
The NEW Agribusiness Supply Chain Management Degree Program is in development now by a committee of Ag Industry expert advisors led by the College of Business at CSU Monterey Bay.
“Our goal is to develop a talent pipeline that meets critical industry supply chain needs. We are currently in the curriculum process and completing our fundraising this year  for the ASCM endowment. We have plans for conducting the search for the ASCM Executive Director in 2023 and launching the program as early as Fall 2024.”
— Dr. Marylou Shockley, Ph.D., Interim Dean of the College of Business at CSU Monterey Bay
Read more at www.csumb.edu/business/ASCM.
The 16th Annual Greater Vision is a collaboration of CSUMB's College of Business, College of Science, and the Grower Shipper Association Foundation.