BOTTOM LINE ADVISORY LLC
EXPERTISE IN SUPPLY CHAIN & PROCUREMENT
Bottom Line Advisory is the partner of choice to solve complex supply chain and procurement challenges facing businesses large and small.
We provide custom solutions to help organizations achieve bottom-line impact.
Bottom Line Advisory LLC is a boutique consulting firm focused on supply chain & procurement strategy and organizational design. Our primary goal is to deliver value to our clients by unlocking efficiencies and cost-saving opportunities that drive bottom-line impact. We believe in partnering with our clients to design a customized, not a one-size-fits-all solution. Our approach to driving transformation efforts and shifting mindsets for supplier engagement enables our clients to build true value-accretive partnerships, which is key to maintaining derived business impact.
SHELLEY STEWART, JR.
Shelley Stewart Jr. retired as the Chief Procurement Officer at E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. In that role he led procurement, global sourcing and logistics, as well as real estate and facility services, with a focus on delivering benefits through a strategic approach to supplier management, and assuring efficient facility utilization and maximizing the real estate footprint. Shelley played a significant role in the Dow-DuPont merger by helping to deliver synergy savings and standing up two new organizations in support of spinning into three standalone world-class companies.
From 2005 until joining DuPont in 2012, Shelley was Senior Vice President of Operational Excellence and Chief Procurement Officer at Tyco International, where his portfolio of responsibilities included oversight of supply chain, procurement, information technology, facilities, real estate, trade compliance and lean six sigma initiatives companywide. He joined Tyco in 2003, first as Vice President of Supply Chain Management, managing approximately $20 billion in procurement spend, developing the company’s global supply chain organization and reduced procurement costs throughout Tyco by $1 billion over three years. From 2000 to 2001, he served as Vice President of Supply Chain Management at Raytheon Company before accepting the position of Senior Vice President of Supply Chain at Invensys PLC, where he worked until 2003. He spent 19 years at United Technologies Corporation where he held positions of increasing responsibility, including Director of Worldwide Sourcing for UTC. In that role, he led Global Sourcing Teams, managed $14 billion in spend and achieved a $1 billion savings target over three years and a 50 percent reduction in supplier base. Shelley served on the board of directors of Cleco Corporation for five years until the sale of the company in April 2016. He chaired the Nominating and Governance Committee and served on the Audit Committee. Shelley currently serves in several capacities with Howard University. He is on the Board of Trustees for the University as well as chairing the board of visitors for the school of business where he founded the supply chain program. He is a member of the Advisory Board of Drexel University Center of Corporate Governance and a Fellow of the National Association of Corporate Directors.
Shelley is former President of the Board of Directors for The Boys and Girls Club of Trenton/Mercer County. He has served in leadership positions on many boards and councils, including Vice Chairman of the National Minority Supplier Development Council. In 2011, the United States Secretary of Commerce appointed Shelley to its National Advisory Council on Minority Business Enterprises. He spent several years serving on the board of directors for the Institute for Supply Management. He has received numerous leadership awards, including the first-ever Chief Procurement Officer of the Year award from the National Minority Supplier Development Council and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Procurement Leaders Network. Black Enterprise and Savoy magazine named him one of the “100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America.” He received an honorary doctorate degree in Business Administration from the University of New Haven in May 2016. Shelley is the co-author “Straight to the Bottom Line: An Executive’s Roadmap to World Class Supply Management" (J. Ross Publishing)
Shelley holds a B.S. and an M.S. in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University and received his MBA from the University of New Haven. He currently resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.