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Clare Bottle, FCILT
Ms. Bottle is CEO of the UK Warehousing Association and Vice-Chair of Women in Logistics UK. Having joined the logistics industry in the 90s she has worked across a number of sectors including chemicals, construction and more recently in food & drink as Associate Director of Warehousing at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners. In July, she joined the UKWA, a leading trade association with 900 members, where she is committed to pursuing economic, social and environmental sustainability.
Steven Hussain, Vice President of Community Workforce Programs and Community Relations
Steven Hussain joined Prologis in June of 2019 and serves as the Vice President of Community Workforce Programs and Community Relations. In that capacity, he leads the organization's efforts to generate shared value for customers and deepen relationships with community stakeholders. Prior to joining Prologis, Steven served as the Chief Mission Services Officer for Goodwill San Antonio where he led education and employment services to individuals within the Agency's 24 county service area. Steven previously worked as the Director of Community Initiatives for San Antonio Mayor, Ivy R. Taylor, where he helped to develop education, workforce, and economic development policy, and launched the local My Brother's Keeper initiative. Steven also worked for the P16Plus Council of Greater Bexar County as the Director of Community Partnerships. Steven holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Texas at Arlington and is currently pursuing his MBA at Baylor University.
Richard Burnett, CEO
Current Chief Executive of the Road Haulage Association (RHA), Richard Burnett’s career in logistics has spanned over 35 years. During that time, he has worked for many well-known logistics operations including TDG, Wincanton, Hays and Samworth Brothers, looking after some of the most prestigious FMCG businesses such as HJ Heinz, GSK, Panasonic and Adidas.
Since joining the RHA in 2014 he has restructured the Association, making it a far more relevant and effective organisation that delivers value for its members with a powerful and effective lobbying voice.