The Peter Drucker Award for Excellence in Supply Chain & Logistics Management
The Peter Drucker Award for Excellence in Supply Chain & Logistics Management honors Drucker’s “Spirit of Performance” in management to a business leader who:
- Exhibits high levels of integrity in moral and ethical conduct;
- Focuses on results;
- Builds on strengths;
- Leads beyond borders to meet the requirements of stakeholders;
- Ultimately, serves the common good.
Executive Director, Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)
Considered one of the preeminent transportation planning experts in the nation, Hasan Ikhrata is the Executive Director of the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), the largest metropolitan planning organization in the United States. Appointed in January 2008, Mr. Ikhrata has over 25 years of public and private sector experience in Transportation Planning in Southern California. At SCAG Mr. Ikhrata implements the policies of an 86-member Regional Council and directs day-to-day operations of the agency. He is credited with being a transformational and unifying leader who has enhanced SCAG’s value to member agencies and fostered unprecedented levels of public input and participation in the development of regional transportation plans.
Senior Vice President, Majestic Realty Co.
Fran Inman directs government relations and community affairs activities for Majestic Realty Co., one of the nation’s largest privately held real estate development companies. With a real estate portfolio totaling approximately 78 million square feet of commercial properties. Majestic Realty has offices in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Bethlehem, Dallas, Denver, Fort Worth and Las Vegas. In 2014, Inman was re-appointed by Governor Brown to the California Transportation Commission where she has served since 2010. In 2013, Inman was also appointed to the National Freight Advisory Committee and co-chaired the sub-committee on project delivery and operations. In 2015, Majestic Realty Co. was named the North American Developer of the Year by NAIOP.
President, UPS, Southern California District
Massie began his UPS career in 1977 as a part-time package handler while attending college. In 1980, he was promoted into management where he held a variety of positions across the country, including delivery operations, engineering, learning and development, and in UPS’ corporate office in Atlanta. He has served as a president for various business units since 1997.
In addition to his corporate responsibilities, Massie serves as Board Chair to the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, the Los Angeles Urban League and the World Trade Week Committee in Los Angeles. He also sits on the boards of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and the United Way of Greater Los Angeles, and he serves on the Audit Committee of the Annenberg Foundation.
In 2014 Massie was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in Southern California by the Orange County Register. He also received the 2013 Healthy Babies, Healthy Futures Award from the March of Dimes; the 2012 Bernard and Shirley Kinsey Community Leadership Award by Florida A&M University and the 2010 Arrowhead Distinguished Officer Award by the Inland Empire Economic Partnership.
The total number of shipping containers that passed through the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in 2013.