Maurizio Scrofani has been named director of global supply chain asset protection at The Home Depot. Scrofani has a diverse and extensive background in supply chain asset protection, having served with retailers including Steinbach’s, Bloomingdales, Toys R US, and Macy’s where he served as vice president of supply chain asset protection. He was also co-founder and president with CargoNet, co-founder and managing principal with ALTO Assurance, and has served as an advisor and consultant for several additional companies over the course of his career.
Scrofani has been an adjunct professor at William Patterson University, and has served on several boards to include the International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO), the Supply Chain Protection Working Group with the Loss Prevention Research Council, Advisory Board Member with the Pharmaceutical Cargo Security Coalition, and Vendor Advisory Board Member with Loss Prevention Magazine, among others.
He has a Masters of Business Administration in Strategic Management from Patten University, a Bachelors in Finance and Economics from William Patterson University of New Jersey, and a Certification of Supply Chain Management from Penn State University. He has also earned his LPCertified certification from The Loss Prevention Foundation.