Woolworths bolsters supply chain expertise

Adam Leach is a freelance business journalist
16 May 2016

Australian retailer Woolworths has become the third ASX listed company to have at least half of its board made up of women with the appointment of a seasoned supply chain chief as a non-executive director.

The appointment of Kathee Tesija bolsters supply chain and merchandising expertise in the boardroom and brings the company in to line with property developer Mirvac and just behind health insurer Medibank Private on gender diversity on the Australian Stock Exchange.

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