Fiona Lowbridge
Vice President, Client Success
ALOM

“I love being part of such an exciting, fast paced environment, working on tangible, cutting edge products that have a positive effect on people's lives.  We have to solve complex problems every day, utilizing emerging technologies and skills while continuing to delight customers.  No two days are the same and it's exhilarating!”

Fiona is a supply chain professional with 22 years of industry experience planning and implementing global supply chain delivery programs. She is an integral member of the ALOM operations management team, developing innovative, technology-driven solutions and supplier relationships and ensuring that all stakeholder objectives are being achieved. She finds joy in figuring out how to produce and deliver things across the world for brands that demand impeccable quality and service, including 23andMe, Mercedes Benz, PG&E, Apple, Ford, Tesla and GM.

Fiona has continually mentored women striving to advance their industry knowledge and leadership goals, both in her role at ALOM and outside the office. She started a peer-to-peer mentoring program at ALOM that has helped decrease turnover, increase promotions and grow the company’s next generation of leaders. Outside ALOM, she is a member of “How Women Lead,” a San Francisco Bay Area organization dedicated to promoting the voices of all women and propelling their leadership impact. Fiona serves as a mentor, advocate, speaker and panelist at How Women Lead events and workshops, including “How Women Lead in the Boardroom,” which has a goal of increasing women on U.S. company boards to 20 percent or greater by 2020. 

Fiona is a strong advocate for environmental and workforce protections and is an active voice for sustainability in supply chains and communities. She organized a grassroots beach and ocean cleanup program specifically focused on education and plastic waste eradication in the San Francisco area. Now in its third year, the program organizes public beach cleanup activities and continues to educate the community on the harmful effects of plastic waste on our oceans and the plants, animals and organisms that call them home. She has also led a company-wide sustainability initiative at ALOM, bringing her passion for environmental activism and education full circle.


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