Ms. Chelsea Greene

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Profile: Ms. Chelsea Greene

I was born and raised in Queens, New York. My favorite food is Salad.

I first became interested in this topic as an Industrial Engineering master’s student at the University at Buffalo while working on my thesis on Operations Research applications to problems involving both natural disaster and hazardous material risks (i.e., gas leaks), which was inspired by the gas shortage that occurred after Hurricane Sandy. I found the complexities of the problems fascinating, particularly the intricacy involved in bringing together multiple stakeholders with various decision making purviews and goals.

I will be contributing to the ‘Final 50’ of the Urban Goods Delivery System project through gathering and analyzing data, and developing strategies and tools to gain commercial efficiency for the urban goods delivery system, meet future demand for city passenger and delivery load/unload spaces, and reduce energy consumption.

What is your hometown and favorite food?

I was born and raised in Queens, New York. My favorite food is Salad.

What inspired you to pursue a career in supply chain, transportation and logistics?

I first became interested in this topic as an Industrial Engineering master’s student at the University at Buffalo while working on my thesis on Operations Research applications to problems involving both natural disaster and hazardous material risks (i.e., gas leaks), which was inspired by the gas shortage that occurred after Hurricane Sandy. I found the complexities of the problems fascinating, particularly the intricacy involved in bringing together multiple stakeholders with various decision making purviews and goals.

What research projects are you working on?

I will be contributing to the ‘Final 50’ of the Urban Goods Delivery System project through gathering and analyzing data, and developing strategies and tools to gain commercial efficiency for the urban goods delivery system, meet future demand for city passenger and delivery load/unload spaces, and reduce energy consumption.

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