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Jaime Bohnke Appointed Supply Chain VP at Northrop

Jaime Bohnke
Jaime Bohnke

Jaime Bohnke, a former vice president and chief procurement officer at energy company PPL Corp., has been appointed vice president of corporate supply chain at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC).

The company said Monday Bohnke will report to Mark Caylor — chief strategy officer and president of Northrop’s enterprise services division — and will oversee the firm’s supply chain processes and programs, compliance, procurement services and benchmarking efforts.

She will also serve as chairman of the company’s Supply Chain Leadership Council.

Bohnke previously served as enterprise supply chain VP at PPL Corp. in addition to the chief procurement officer role there.

The adjunct professor at Brandman University’s Business Graduate School has held supply chain-focused executive roles at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), Tyco International and Westinghouse Electric Corp.

Bohnke also serves as chairman of the Center for Advanced Logistics Management’s board at Albany State University.

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