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Poole College of Management

Supply Chain Resource Cooperative

Troy Pinkins

Director, Lecturer

Contact Information

2806 Hillsborough St-Bldg A 214
P: 919-513-4488

Troy Pinkins, MBA, is the director of the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative at the Poole College of Management where he leads the strategic development of programs and initiatives. Partnering with other NC State departments, as well as alignment with other centers of excellence within private sector industry and public-sector organizations; Troy works to identify opportunities for and provide support, services, and programs to benefit three overlapping constituent groups: supply chain management students, Poole College of Management SCM faculty, and corporate partners from diverse businesses and industries. He also serves as a lecturer in the Department of Management, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship.

Troy joined the Poole College of Management at NC State University as the Manager of the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) in February 2015. Prior to this appointment, he worked for the Jenkins MBA program for four years where he served as the program assistant. During his tenure with the Jenkins MBA program, Troy oversaw a wide range of functions within the Admissions Office to support routine operations including the management of the application process and special events.

Mr. Jermaine’s academic credentials include an AS in Communications and Media Studies, a BA in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations and Organizational Communication, and an MBA in Project Management. He also holds certificates of completion from the Equal Opportunity Institute, the National Coalition Building Institute at NC State, and the Center for Creative Leadership.

Since joining the SCRC in 2015, Troy has played a key role in communicating a clear value proposition for faculty, students, and corporations pursuing supply chain excellence through industry-university partnerships. He has been integral in leveraging the current state of the SCRC as a launching pad to broaden and amplify the organization’s impact.

Education

A.S., Communication and Media Studies, Monroe Community College
B.A., Public Relations and Organizational Communication, NC State
MBA, Project Management, Strayer University