ECMC’s Board is currently comprised of five officers. These individuals are elected annually by ECMC members and have responsibility for guiding the strategic decisions and direction of the ECMC organization.
2021 BOARD MEMBERS
DHL Industrial Projects
Jake Swanson has been active in the Project Logistics sector for over 15 years. Over the course of that time, he has worked in operations, commercial and leadership roles on various sides of the industry. Currently he is working as VP, Global Head of Sector Strategy for DHL Industrial Projects, focusing his efforts on Commercial and Operational Strategy in the EPC, Mining, O&G, Military & Defense and Renewable sectors within the Project group.
Stephen “Spo” Spoljaric is the Corporate Manager of Global Logistics for Bechtel. His leadership and forward-thinking ideas focus on collaboration and an Engineered Logistics™ approach to increasing predictability and improving safety. Before his current posting, Spoljaric completed a role as an area operations manager on a petro-chemicals giga-project in Pennsylvania. There, he was responsible for managing the union labor to support material distribution in support of construction.
Kevin Driscoll is the Logistics Leader for GE Gas Power Americas. Kevin brings over 20 years of Global Logistics and projects experience with a proven track record for delivering complex global projects optimally, and with a safety focus. Kevin holds a Masters in Business from Boston University, as well as a Masters and a Bachelor’s degrees in Transportation Management from SUNY Maritime College.
John Amos is an international logistics and transportation consultant specializing in planning, operations and regulatory issues. His experience encompasses the fields of ocean, air and surface transportation. For more than 40 years he held international and North American positions in the fields of logistics, procurement and construction management. Amos was employed by Bechtel Corp. for more than 26 years and in his last position was global head of transportation and logistics functions.
Diana Davila brings over two decades of experience in project cargo logistics services and export operations management support. Within her career, she has held positions of increasing responsibility with a major project logistics organization, most recently as the firm’s Vice President for Project Operations. She is the founder of the newly formed Women in Logistics Leadership Group. She is on the Lonestar Logistics Advisory Committee, Treasurer of the UH Supply Chain Industry Advisory Board, PHPME committee member and eagerly looks for other opportunities within the community where she can serve to further the growth of individuals in their career.