Meet Our Instructors

Meet our APICS Instructors 

Experienced in industry, government, and academia.

 

Bruce Murphy, CPIM, PMP 

 

  • Associate IDP Instructor APICS CPIM
  • 5 years of experience instructional design and delivery
  • More than 35 years of experience as a business systems architect with implementation experience across the full value chain
  • Adjunct Faculty at Bentley University 
  • Adjunct Faculty at Northern Essex Community College
  • President Boston APICS Chapter
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Dr. Cynthia Kalina-Kaminsky CSCP, CPIM, SCOR-P Master Instructor

  • APICS IDP Certified in: CPIM, CSCP, Lean, Instructor training, Principles, SCOR-P Master Instructor
  • Six Sigma Yellow Belt; Level III Manufacturing, Quality, and Manufacturing Certification (fed. gov.)
  • Professor of Industrial Manufacturing and Supply Chain Program Management at Defense Acquisition University
  • President: Process & Strategy Solutions
  • Focus: Manufacturing global competitiveness - advanced operational processes and concepts, complex supply chains, SaaS
  • Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering – Management.
  • Director at Large, Boston APICS Chapter Board of Directors
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Paul Moriarty, CPIM, CSCP, CPSM 

  

  • APICS CPIM & CSCP IDP instructor
  • ISM instructor
  • More than 25 years’ experience in Operations and Supply Chain
  • Developed and taught courses to meet demands of local firms and colleges
  • Adjunct Faculty at Great Bay Community College
  • Adjunct Faculty at Northern Essex Community College
  • Independent consultant /contractor with clients in New England and Atlantic Canada
  • MBA, BS Mgt, ASET
  • CPSM: Certified Professional in Supply Management from the Institute for Supply Management.
  • CPIM: APICS Certified Production and Inventory Management.
  • CSCP: APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional. 

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 All of our Boston APICS Certrified Instructors have significant "real world" experiance that includes but is not limited to the implemention of the APICS body of knowledge.