Sandeep Dadlani is Vice-President and Head of the Retail, CPG and Logistics Unit, Americas at Infosys. Sandeep runs a portfolio P&L of approximately $1 Billion today across USA, Canada and Latin America.
Sandeep has over 15 years of operations, consulting and product management experience between Citigroup and Infosys. He has helped Infosys’ Retail & CPG clients become more competitive by embracing new emerging trends across digital consumers and emerging markets. He sits on the advisory and steering committee boards on several transformation programs at global multinational retailers and CPG companies.
He has authored several white papers in the areas of Innovation, Business Transformation and Shared Services. He has been often quoted in publications like Forbes, Business Week, CGT, Stores, etc. He regularly speaks at industry forums like Consumer Goods Technology , NRF, Emerging Markets forums and at Infosys Investor/Analyst meetings.
Sandeep holds an MBA (Finance) and an Electronics Engineering degree. He is a resident of Kennesaw, GA and also is on Advisory Boards at Georgia Tech Ciber and Kennesaw State University Asian Studies Advisory Board. Sandeep featured for consecutive years on the UN Global Compact Supply Chain Sustainability Advisory Board and co-authored their report on supply chain sustainability. He currently is on the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Ethics and Values.
Jane Turner has held the position of Executive Director for The Children’s Museum of Atlanta since September 2004. During that time she has led the work of the museum to become a key organization reaching approximately 200,000 visitors each year, and thousands of additional children and families through extensive outreach into the community. Under her leadership, the Museum has enhanced its physical exhibits and expanded programs addressing cognitive, social, and emotional development of children ages 0-8.
Prior to joining The Children’s Museum of Atlanta, Jane served as President of the Board of Directors of Georgia Shakespeare Festival, one of the largest non-profit theaters in Atlanta. Her previous experience includes fifteen years at National Data Corporation, Washington, D.C., where she worked in the healthcare technology division as Director of Institutional Pharmacy Systems.
Jane graduated from Kenyon College and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Jane currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the Junior League of Atlanta and Advisory Board of Georgia Shakespeare.