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Thomas J. Eck

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John N. Trush

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John N. Trush

Mr. Trush is a senior supply chain management, procurement and consulting executive with over 35 years of progressive experience directing diversified functions related to the healthcare, pharmaceutical, consumer products and professional services industries. He is deeply committed to the process of continuous improvement through team building, motivation, open communication and knowledge transfer. He has a demonstrated track record for generating strategic options from sustainable benefits/reductions in total cost. His implemented strategies have generated millions of dollars in profits for his Firm(s) and his clients.

In his previous role, Mr. Trush was Founder/Owner of Trush Associates, LLC. In over 20 years as a consultant, he was a Partner with the Business Consulting Services (BCS) Practice of IBM, he created and developed the purchasing/supply management practice at PwC LLP (PricewaterhouseCoopers) and was the global practice leader at Coopers & Lybrand.

Prior to consulting, Mr. Trush spent 15+ years in industry. He was General Manager for Advanced Environmental Technology Corporation, with total P&L responsibilities. While at L'Oreal/Cosmair as Director of Manufacturing/Industrial Chemistry, he directed the planning/development of a new mini-plant facility, new product launches, raw material procurement, bulk processing operations and quality assurance management. From a diverse early consumer products/pharmaceutical career at The Mennen Company and Warner-Lambert Company, Mr. Trush gained expertise through progressively more challenging positions in research, quality assurance and new product introductions.

Mr. Trush holds a bachelorís degree in Chemistry from St. Johnís University. He has completed courses for Masters in Science Education at Rutgers University. He has served on the Advisory Boards of Rutgers Center for Supply Chain Studies and St. Johnís University.