Jannine Miller is the Director of the Center of Innovation for Logistics, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development and the state’s leading resource for fueling logistics industry growth and global competitiveness. The Center provides technical industry expertise, collaborative research and partnerships to help the state’s logistics industry connect, compete and grow. The Center also hosts the annual Georgia Logistics Summit, which had over 2,000 attendees in 2014.
Sandy Lake is the Associate Director for the Center of Innovation for Logistics where she manages business outreach efforts in the Atlanta Metro area, primarily to the logistics technology sector. She is also the grant manager for over $16 million in allocated Port Security Grant funds awarded to Georgia by the Department of Homeland Security.
Emily Schrenk is the Industry Coordinator for the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics where she manages industry connections and serves as the interface for a wide range of projects. She also manages the Center's research tools and provides freight rate analysis.
Jane Jordan is the Administrative Assistant for the Center of Innovation for Logistics.Mrs. Jordan has had a well-rounded 30+ year career having previously worked with the Georgia Ports Authority for nearly 10 years, spent several years in the banking field, and held positions in a law and property management firm. Many know Jane as the voice behind the Center as she is typically the initial contact.