Cassandra Lee

  • May 11th, 2017

Highly engaged as an industry thought leader, Cassandra is responsible for Logistics Executive
Group’s business operations through North Asia & Greater China Markets.

Based in our Regional Headquarters of Hong Kong, she operates in a global capacity and leads
the North Asian Business streams of Consulting, Executive Search and Training and associated
teams in the delivery of Talent Management, Education and Talent Acquisition services.

With more than 16 years Industry experience Cassandra has provided senior level executive
recruiting and consulting services to organizations around the world, which delivers profitable
leadership change to key organisations. Cassandra exemplifies excellence in her innate ability to
connect executive talent with businesses across the supply chain.

Cassandra’s proven and highly successful approach melds strategic analysis with aggressive
process-driven search execution. She works with companies, not for them. As such, she has
become one of the leading executive recruiters in her field today and a thought leader in Talent
Management and Learning & Development with a loyal client base and extensive professional
network, including supply chain, procurement, retail and business leaders at all levels of business
operations globally.

Prior to joining Logistics Executive in 2008, Cassandra held senior posts with executive recruitment firms in Singapore and Australia.

Cassandra began her career in retailing and procurement with Target Australia after completing tertiary studies in Business – Retailing. Cassandra speaks regularly at International conferences including LOGISYM Singapore, Parcel Expo – Hong Kong, SMART Conference – Sydney, Supply Chain Asia – Singapore, GLCS – Malaysia, Vietnam Supply Chain – Vietnam, Public Sector Procurement Asia Symposium – Singapore.

Cassandra’s expertise includes:
– Corporate Advisory & Performance Consulting
– Executive Recruitment & Search
– Learning Development and Training in Supply Chain
– Executive Coaching and Career Transition

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