The International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) announced today three new additions to its Board of Directors: Liz D’Aloia – CEO of HR Virtuoso Company, Brian Flannery – Sr. Director of Loss Prevention with Ulta Beauty and Wayne Hoover, CFI – Senior Partner at Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates.
Liz D’Aloia is the founder of HR Virtuoso Company. Based in Texas, HR Virtuoso provides a mobile recruiting software system that helps companies optimize their employment application processes and increase their candidate pool as well as HR and employment law consulting services.
ISCPO Chairman, Byron Smith says, “The ISCPO is excited to have Liz D’Aloia join as one of our new board members. She brings immense value in Human Resource Management and her knowledge and expertise within the transportation and retail industry provide our member-base with best-in-breed practices in building teams in a digital world.”
Prior to launching HR Virtuoso, Liz rose through the ranks of transportation, retail, and mortgage companies as a Senior Employment Attorney and VP of HR. She holds a BA from Hampshire College and a JD from Brooklyn Law School. She is admitted to practice in Texas, New York, New Jersey, Florida, and Kansas. Liz is a nationally recognized blogger, speaker, and HR practitioner.
Also joining the ISCPO Board is Brain Flannery, currently the Sr. Director-Loss Prevention for ULTA Beauty, with oversight of the Supply Chain Loss Prevention, Enterprise EHS & HazMat, Corporate Security and the Business Continuity lines of business.
Brian began his career serving in law enforcement in Fayetteville, NC. He transitioned into the private sector in the mid-`80’s where he began his career in security, investigations and loss prevention. As his career progressed, Brian held leadership positions responsible for risk management, loss prevention, business continuity, environmental health, safety and HazMat, strategic and tactical planning and regulatory compliance with several Fortune 100 companies.
ISCPO Chair, Smith adds, “Brian has deep experience in the supply chain in a variety of industries including retail, pharmaceutical, health care, banking, manufacturing, educational institutions and government. He’s a recognized retail and supply chain loss prevention leader with success in reducing both risk and shrink while improving profits in restructured and hyper-growth business environments that require change management, cross-functional collaboration, detailed analytics, policy & process development and a methodical and metrics-driven approach.”
The third member joining the ISCPO Board is Wayne Hoover. He is currently the Senior Partner, Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates and has personally conducted over a 1,000 interviews and interrogations on incidents ranging from arson to theft over the last 27 years.
He was directly responsible for the supervision of the firm’s investigative division. He also helped create the Certified Forensic Interviewer (CFI) designation that holds interviewers to a higher standard of obtaining the truth. In this capacity, he oversees all the divisions of CFIs, of which there are over 1,800 CFIs around the world, as well as the members of the International Association of Interviewers.
“Wayne will provide global experience and best practices in supply chain investigation and we’re looking forward to sharing with our members Wayne’s insights in dealing with individual and departmental education. As a recognized industry leader in continuing education and professional certification, ISCPO members and its board will greatly benefit from Wayne’s vast knowledge,” says Smith.
Wayne has spoken numerous times as a Keynote Speaker at many conferences for both the private and public sectors–from the National Retail Federation Loss Prevention Conference & annual meeting, FLETC to the ISCPO Annual Conference and the ACFE Conferences. In addition, he has presented lectures as a guest instructor at police academies, colleges, and professional associations and company meetings in the United States and Internationally. He is responsible for overseeing Wicklander-Zulawski instructors who conduct over 500 presentations and seminars internationally in the public and private sector every year. Since 1982, Wicklander-Zulawski has trained over 200,000 individuals around the globe on the non-confrontational interview and interrogation techniques.
ISCPO Chairman, Smith adds, “On behalf of the entire ISCPO Board, I’d like to thank our two departing Board Members Scott Cornell and Maurizio Scrofani for all their wonderful support and dedicated work over the past couple years. We were privileged to have these two veterans serve on ISCPO Board, and we wish them all the best.”
For more information about the ISCPO and its Board: https://www.iscpo.org/site/leadership
For information about the ISCPO March 2019 conference, please visit www.iscpo.org. Registration is now open at: www.iscpo.org/conference