Research Engineer, Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab

Research Engineer, CAVE Lab

Tim Russell is a Research Engineer at the MIT Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab. He is responsible for the Humanitarian Lab's engagement in the USAID/Uganda | Feed the Future - Value Chain | Market System Monitoring Activity. Prior to this role, Mr. Russell conducted research with WFP on their cash and voucher program in Darfur. He has worked across the Caribbean, Latin America, Former Yugoslavia, and East Africa on humanitarian supply chains. Prior to that, he worked in industry as a Director of Supply Chain Network Strategy for PepsiCo. Mr. Russell has his M. Eng from MIT and B.S. from Georgia Tech.

Tim Russell

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