DSC is a logistics and supply chain management provider and a CJ Logistics company. Dilley (pictured above) had served as DSC’s chief supply chain transformation officer for more than two years.
Dilley continues to lead the company’s transformation initiative and is directly responsible for DSC’s logistics center operations, which include more than 50 logistics centers nationwide. She also will lead DSC’s packaging services operations and continue to have responsibility for engineering, safety and security, quality, business process integration, performance excellence and operations training.
Before joining DSC, Dilley served as senior vice president of operations at LaSalle Bristol LP from 2014 to 2017. From 2009 to 2014, she served as vice president of supply chain at Ascension Health. Dilley started her career at Whirlpool Corp.
Petrich, who was first elected to the commission in November 1995, succeeds Don Meyer as president.
Petrich is the co-founder and former chair of the Commencement Bay Maritime Fest and is an adviser to the Tacoma Community Boat Builders. She also serves on the Pacific Northwest Waterways Association and the Washington Council on International Trade and is the board secretary for the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle.
Other 2019 officers are Don Johnson, vice president; John McCarthy, secretary; Dick Marzano, first assistant secretary; and Don Meyer, second assistant secretary.
The port’s five commissioners serve four-year terms.
As vice president of ocean transport, Donahue will continue to lead the development of Aeronet’s ocean product, which includes aiding the growth of the company’s gateway stations covering Los Angeles and Newark. Donahue, who joined Aeronet in July, has 38 years of industry experience, including stints with C.H. Robinson, CaroTrans International, Mainfreight International USA and BAX Global.
As vice president of marketing and product development, Mautino will continue to lead marketing strategy and execution and branding development and will be involved with special projects. Mautino, who joined Aeronet in January 2016, has 20 years of marketing experience, including time with Arbonne International, Marcomm Associates, Big Fly Ideation and Laguna Tools.
Davenport takes on the new role of vice president of quality assurance at Aeronet. She will continue to work on the company’s process improvement and will work closely with the company’s station managers to train associates, with the goal of increasing operational efficiency. Davenport, who has 15 years of industry experience and previously worked for Stevens Global Logistics and Shippabo, joined Aeronet in May 2017.