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Emma van de Wetering

Business Analytics & Supply Chain Management


    My name is Emma van de Wetering and I am a Business Analytics and Supply Chain Management double major at the University of Tennessee! I am thrilled to be a part of the Heath Inte-grated Business and Engineering Program and lead as the Busi-ness Representative for the 2025 cohort. In addition to being a part of Heath IBEP, I am a member of the 1794 Honors & Scholars program, Business Fellows, and Supply Chain Management Scholars of Distinction. I am committed to learning and seizing opportunities that continually enhance my skills, with the goal of adding significant value to the projects I am involved in. As for leadership experience, I have been on the exec board of Haslam’s Business Analytics Society for two years, where I help lead the planning and execution of guest speaker events and site visits for the organization. Prior to junior year, I pursued an impactful internship with WestRock Paper & Packaging Co. in their procurement department, where I contributed to data analysis and integration for a supplier relationship management platform and enhanced the process efficiency for supplier appraisals within re-sponsible sourcing practices. This coming summer, I am excited to pursue a 10-day study abroad program studying international business in Portugal and intern in Plano, TX with PepsiCo Frito-Lay in supply chain management. The experiences I challenge myself with are what shape me and propel me towards achieving my future goals.

    I was drawn to the Heath IBEP program because I found the ability to communicate effectively between the two major fields and reducing those silos incredibly important and critical to learn before entering the professional world. Working alongside a diverse range of interests across the business and engineering disciplines, learning technical concepts, and formulating projects to solve real-world problems has taught me immensely on how to tackle problems from a holistic perspective, requiring not only consideration of a feasible solution but also an understanding of its broader impact on individuals throughout the system it influences.

    Upon graduation from the University of Tennessee, I hope to pursue a career that applies business analytics principles and data-driven decisions to supply chain practices. I aspire to continually learn through experience within all facets of the supply chain, from operations, to logistics, procurement, and planning, gaining an extensive portfolio that is well-rounded and value-adding when making complex decisions. With this understanding, I aim to be a critical component to analyzing and visualizing where to see my company or organization grow, contributing to those conversations of how to transform the systems and structure of the supply chain to continuously improve and be more efficient.



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