Senior Vice President Procurement and Real Estate Adecco Group
Mindy Holden started as the Senior Vice President of Procurement and Real Estate for The Adecco Group, the world’s leading staffing solutions company, in March 2017. Mindy is based out of the Jacksonville, FL headquarters office. She and her team are responsible for managing the procurement of third party spend as well as the real estate portfolio of over 600 offices in North America. Prior to this role, Mindy was the Chief Procurement Officer and VP Real Estate and Accounts Payable for Direct Energy where she was responsible for procurement, a real estate portfolio of ~100 properties across North America, and Accounts Payable where she was focused on integrating leading practices.
Prior to joining Direct Energy, Mindy was responsible for category and supplier management for the Tennessee Valley Authority where she led a team to create a leading practice category management model. Mindy and her team were responsible for developing long-term strategies, management of the supply base including risk mitigation, ongoing improvement in cost, demand management, and supplier management.
Mindy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Maryland where she graduated magna cum laude. In June, 2019, she was recognized as one of the Top 25 Women In Power Impacting Diversity by Diversity Magazine.
She is also Green Belt and DFSS certified. Mindy served on the Board for the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Conference as well as on the Boards for the Epilepsy Foundation of Texas and the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber.
In her spare time, Mindy and her husband enjoy getting to know Jacksonville and the Ponte Vedra Beach areas, spending time with their three children, and are thoroughly enjoying their three goldendoodle puppies.
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