Albers School of Business and Economics
Mentor Program

Chris McClincy

Vice President-Information Services
Expeditors

Company Description

Expeditors is a global logistics company. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, the company employs trained professionals in more than 250 locations on six continents linked into a seamless worldwide network through an integrated information management system. Services include air and ocean freight forwarding, service provider consolidation, customs clearance, marine insurance, distribution and other value added international logistics services.

Job Description

Lead, manage and support all aspects of Expeditors International Information Technology & Service needs globally. 

Employment History

Various, UPS, Seattle Air Cargo, Expeditors International (1998 - Present)

Education

Pre/Post Graduate, Technology, Leadership & Strategy

Mentoring Objectives & Scope

My objective as a mentor is to provide meaningful engagement. Each student is typically unique in where they are at in their education, career and life; thus the topics, networking opportunities and outcomes really vary. Students can expect to meet at least once a month, to discuss objectives that are meaningful to them (often: strategy, communications, change management, execution, globalization and leadership among others). I utilize my professional network (both for-profit and non-profit) to provide students with a broader perspective from others in our community (and globally). My expectations are that we will all learn, grow (professionally and personally) and have as much fun as possible along the way.

When and where do you hold meetings with your students?

Expeditors, SU Campus, or the Seattle Area