Glen Wright, Chairman – LeanCor LLC and LeanCor Canada Inc.
Glen Wright served as the Chair of Hydro One Inc. where he reorganized its governance structure and management teams. Mr. Wright also served as the Chair of Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (formerly the Workers’ Compensation Board), where he led a major restructuring.
He has extensive experience in public policy and government, having been a key political advisor to a number of National and Provincial leaders. He also served as a Member and Co-Chair of the International Democratic Union, an organization representing political parties from 32 countries.
Glen served as a Member of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation, created as part of the North American Free Trade Agreement, and served as the Chair of the Joint Public Advisory Committee (JPAC). JPAC is composed of five representatives from each NAFTA country.
Glen’s private sector career has focused primarily on the insurance and actuary fields where he founded and operated one of the top ten pension and benefit companies in Canada. In addition, he has served on the Board of a wide range of corporations in the environmental, technology and manufacturing sectors. He is currently serving as the Chairman of Waterloo North Hydro, an electricity utility, and Chairman of the Council for Clean & Reliable Electricity.
He has participated in a variety of charitable and not-for-profit Boards including the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Wilfrid Laurier University.
Robert Martichenko, CEO
Robert Martichenko’s entire career has been committed to third party logistics. Beginning his journey in transportation and warehousing supporting Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, Robert has spent over 20 years learning and implementing lean and operational excellence with a focus on end to end supply chain management. Early in his career, Robert recognized the unmet logistics needs of lean manufacturers. Lean had long been utilized to improve manufacturing processes, but Robert realized it was time to extend these programs and start connecting lean principles to partners within the supply chain. This experience allowed Robert to begin LeanCor for the sole purpose of supporting customers to advance their supply chains.
In addition to leading LeanCor, Robert is an instructor for the Lean Enterprise Institute and the Georgia Tech Supply Chain and Logistics Institute, as well as a frequent speaker for professional industry groups around the world. Robert has written several lean and supply chain publications, including Everything I Know About Lean I Learned in First Grade, and the Shingo Research Award-winning books, People: a leader’s day to day guide to building, managing, and sustaining lean organizations (Orloe Group) and Building a Lean Fulfillment Stream(Lean Enterprise Institute). He has been named a “Rainmaker” by DC Velocity and a “Pro to Know” by Supply Chain & Demand Executive.
Roy Mould began his distinguished military career with the Canadian Air Force as a fighter pilot and rose to the rank of Brigadier-General before serving as the Vice-Commander of the NORAD/U.S. Space Command Centre at NORAD Headquarters in Colorado.
He has led LeanCor with management skills and strategic thinking to position our company for continuous growth. Utilizing his expertise and high level understanding of focus, strategy and deployment capabilities, Roy was instrumental in the planning, design, and layout of our North American Operations Center in Florence, KY.
Peter Marks is an advisory board member at LeanCor Supply Chain Group and IFA Rotorion.
He has over 35 years of experience leading businesses in Board of Director, CEO, Board of Management, and CEO consulting capacities – including OEM, wholesale, and retail channels. His global footprint spans North and South America (22 years), Germany (12 years) as well as Hungry, Russia, France, Netherlands, Belgian, Portugal, Spain, Japan, Korea, India, China, Australia and South Africa.
Peter specializes in Board of Director responsibility and change management/organizational development for production systems (lean manufacturing), engineering systems, strategic planning, project management, global business unit organization, environment and safety, and leadership issues. His methods have proven effective on a global scale in industries such as automotive, industrial goods, semi conductors, logistics, electronic manufacturing, consumer goods and professional services.