John Evans is President and CEO of ProcureAbility™ and has worked in the procurement and supply chain space for more than 20 years—including senior positions with McDonnell Douglas and A.T. Kearney—before co-founding ProcureAbility in 1996 (formerly known as Denali Advisory, Talent, Recruiting, and Intelligence).
John has advised dozens of Global 1000 companies in the U.S., Europe, and Asia/Pacific. He focuses exclusively on strategic procurement and supply chain solutions, and has led engagements relating to Supply Chain and Procurement Transformation, Strategic Sourcing, Supplier Management and Development, Supply Chain Strategy, and Logistics Optimization.
John has a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Pepperdine University.
Don Dougherty is Executive Vice President with ProcureAbility, formerly known as Denali Advisory, Talent, Recruiting, and Intelligence. Don has worked in procurement and supply chain management for more than 25 years, including senior positions with McDonnell Douglas and Sabre Decision Technologies, before co-founding ProcureAbility in 1996.
Don has extensive experience managing and participating in advisory and consulting engagements relating to Strategic Sourcing, Procurement Strategy, Supply Chain Management, and Logistics Optimization. He has consulted with numerous Global 1000 companies in North America and Europe across a variety of industries including energy, aerospace, manufacturing, and financial institutions.
Don has a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Ohio State and an MBA from Pepperdine University.
Conrad Snover is Executive Vice President with ProcureAbility, formerly known as Denali Advisory, Talent, Recruiting, and Intelligence. Conrad has more than 20 years of advisory and consulting experience focused on strategic procurement and supply chain management. He has deep experience in launching and managing programs focused on Strategy Design, Procurement Transformation, Category Management, Strategic Sourcing, Supplier Development, and Organizational Sustainability.
Earlier in his career, Conrad specialized in strategic procurement as a consultant with A.T. Kearney’s Financial Institutions practice. He has consulted with numerous Fortune 1000 companies in a variety of industries including oil and gas, utilities, technology, banking and insurance, hospitality, and healthcare. He is a frequently requested presenter at national supply chain conferences such as USMA, UPMG, Platts, SIG, WEI, and APPA.
Conrad holds a Bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Washington.
Marrena L. Anderson is Senior Vice President with ProcureAbility, formerly known as Denali Advisory, Talent, Recruiting, and Intelligence. With over 20 years of experience in the Human Capital industry, Marrena has started, managed, and strengthened client-driven talent acquisition organizations. Prior to joining ProcureAbility, Marrena served many leading Fortune 1000 companies in recruitment, business development, and project management. In these roles, she was responsible for developing and leading best-in-class operations and driving business growth.
Marrena is an often-sought expert providing current insights into hiring trends and best practices in the procurement and supply chain talent space. She maintains an extensive network of procurement and supply chain professionals.
Marrena holds a Bachelor’s degree in business from Western Michigan University.
Olivier Pasquier is a Director with ProcureAbility. Olivier has more than 20 years of experience managing complex consulting engagements focusing on procurement and supply chain improvement initiatives. Olivier has worked from three continents, and, earlier in his career, he held positions with Safran, Newell Rubbermaid, and Hallmark.
Olivier has consulted on Procurement Transformation, Category Management, Strategic Sourcing, E-procurement Systems, and Supplier Relationship Management with numerous Global 1000 companies across a variety of industries including automotive, aerospace, medical device, hospitality, retail, and manufacturing.
Olivier holds an MScEng from Ecole Centrale Paris (France) and an MBA from University of Cincinnati.
Sherri Barnes is Director and a charter member of ProcureAbility’s Market Intelligence offering and leads the Market Intelligence function, providing in-depth insight into key supply chains and commodities. ProcureAbility’s Market Intelligence, formerly known as Denali Intelligence, is centered on strategic goods and services, including demand and supply updates, key cost drivers, pricing indices, current events, and trend analysis.
Sherri’s industry experience includes more than 20 years in the energy and utility sector where she held various finance, risk management, project development, and strategic planning roles for Pantellos, El Paso Corporation, the Williams Companies, and Anadarko Petroleum.
Sherri earned a BBA in Accounting from the University of Houston and MBA degrees in Marketing and International Business from the University of Saint Thomas. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Texas and serves on faculty for Lone Star College.