Indium Corporation is pleased to announce that its Director of Global Supply Chain and International Trade Compliance, Donna Vareha-Walsh, has been elected to the American Tin Trade Association Board of Directors.
The American Tin Trade Association (ATTA) was formed in 1928 and, since that time, has grown into a well-respected institution. Meeting twice a year, ATTA’s primary purpose is to “…promote the best interests of those persons engaged in the production, distribution, transportation, consumption, purchase, and sale of pig tin.” The association also serves as an active forum through which pertinent issues of the tin trade are discussed.
“I am honored to join the ATTA Board of Directors,” said Vareha-Walsh. “I am looking forward to bringing my experience as Chairwoman of the Minor Metals Trade Association to benefit and support the growth of the ATTA.”
In her role at Indium Corporation, Vareha-Walsh oversees the company’s global supply chain and trade compliance functions which includes all inventory, quality, sourcing, logistics and supply chain strategies. She leads a global team to ensure Indium Corporation’s global business has a secure supply chain with quality partner suppliers.
Vareha-Walsh has more than 20 years of metals market experience from numerous roles and responsibilities, including Director of Global Procurement for a global premium alloy company and Director of Metallurgical Operations and Procurement for a global tungsten-based business. She earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Duquesne University and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a certified public accountant (CPA) and holds certificates in leadership development and manufacturing excellence. She also serves as chair of the board of directors for the MMTA, a global minor metals trade association.