The Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) is the global leader in supply chain organizational transformation, innovation and leadership. As the largest non-profit association for supply chain, ASCM is an unbiased partner, connecting companies around the world to the newest thought leadership on all aspects of supply chain. ASCM is built on a foundation of APICS certification and training spanning 60 years. Now, ASCM is driving innovation in the industry with new products, services and partnerships that enable companies to further optimize their supply chains, secure their competitive advantage and positively impact their bottom lines. For more information, visit ascm.org.



APICS is the industry leading brand in supply chain certification, training and networking. For more than 60 years, APICS has provided world-class supply chain training and certification to foster supply chain talent and improve end-to-end performance. Now under the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM), APICS CPIM, CSCP, and CLTD designations continue to set the industry standard. 

About ASCM San Diego Chapter

The ASCM San Diego Chapter is one of the largest and oldest of over 200 chapters strategically located throughout North America and managed by individual volunteers respected as thought-leaders in operations and supply chain management in communities.

The ASCM San Diego Chapter connects you to a local supply chain and operations management network. We offer education, training and professional development, with a pulse on what’s driving growth and opportunities in San Diego County. We understand the local economy and the impact key industries have on it. We’re committed to seeing the supply chain profession propel the community and the businesses in it to be the best. Whether you need to build a higher-performing supply chain, earn career-changing credentials or grow your network, ASCM San Diego Chapter can get you there.


To inspire individuals and organizations toward lifelong learning and to enhance individual and organizational success.


To offer high quality education in operations and supply chain management, expand awareness of the body of knowledge, promote networking opportunities, and advance the abilities of companies and individuals in our community to compete in the global economy, while continuously improving the Chapter by focusing on our stakeholders needs.