Jamie has focused her career in strategic sourcing and supplier diversity across a variety of industries including: banking, catastrophic insurance, heavy equipment rental, IT, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, and welding and medical supply.
A frequent speaker at sourcing and supplier diversity events across the U.S. and Canada, Jamie has also been responsible for strategic sourcing, business services and operations, software development, capacity provisioning, and supplier diversity over the course of her career.
She has also served on a number of boards and in industry/trade associations. Currently, she is an advisory board member to Diversity Professional, ProcureCon and Spend Matters. She is a member of Association for Luxury Suite Directors (ALSD), Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), Institute for Supply Management (ISM), and National Small Business Association (NSBA).
To find out more about Jamie, read her story in Diversity Professional Magazine
Photo by: Hosea Johnson Photography
Release Date: October 7, 2019
CRUMP DEPARTS GCAWP
Blairsville, Georgia, October, 2019: Jamie Crump, Executive Director and Board Member of the Global Council for the Advancement of Women in Procurement (GCAWP) has announced that she is stepping down from both positions effective immediately. “It has been my honor and pleasure to be a part of the GCAWP launch and see it blossom into the vibrant organization it is today,” Crump said. “My company, The Richwell Group, will be expanding in scope in 2020 and I need to focus my energies there. I wish the GCAWP all the best and will remain one of the 3,200+ membership.”
The Richwell Group is a supply chain, sourcing and supplier diversity consultancy that works with all types and size of companies from small and diverse owned business through Fortune 100. http://therichwellgroup.com
Testimonials and Partnerships
See what Jamie’s current and former colleagues, suppliers and business partners have to say about The Richwell Group.
Sometimes what we don’t know can hurt us. Where we lacked knowledge and experience, The Richwell Group bridged the gap and delivered critical information and insight. They helped us maximize our first NMSDC conference. They also helped us make the best choices on doing the right stuff the right way. It has paid big dividends for Hovair.
The Richwell Group provided opXL valuable personalized support and mentoring prior to and during our first WBENC conference. Jamie’s approach of seeing opportunities and making introductions maximized the value in attending. We look forward to working together on future projects where productivity improvement and change management intersect with strategic sourcing.