Company: GreenLine Systems
Location: Alexandria, VA
Peggy Rutledge is the Vice President of Maritime Solutions for GreenLine Systems, a leading provider of solutions that provide results and exceed client expectations in the area of supply chain logistics, risk management and software services. Specializing in international trade and global supply chain logistics, Ms. Rutledge supports the initiative of the maritime solutions division by managing international import and export maritime centric solutions. She was contracted as a subject matter expert to work for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in the office of Information Technology, the Targeting and Analysis Program Office, and the Office of Field Operations. In her current capacity, Ms. Rutledge aids all aspects of global supply chain logistics, from purchase order to delivery. Her specific expertise lies in CBP practices and procedures, and she also holds proficiencies in USA export and import.
Ms. Rutledge has amassed a wealth of knowledge and experience over the course of a career that has spanned nearly three decades. She attributes her success to the support she received from her mother and several influential women and men that were mentors throughout her career. She emphasizes a career highlight as being her implementation of the 24-Hour rule while serving as a trade representative; she has also served as Chairperson of the CESAC Committee from 2002 to 2003. Additional career apexes have been her transitioning to work with U.S. Customs and Border Protection on the Advance Trade Data Initiative, which became the Importer Security Filing regulation in 2005. Ms. Rutledge’s strong background in global liner operations, as well as sales, marketing, policy and planning has allowed her to shine as a resourceful and multitalented professional. She has been honored as an award-winner over the years; she was an Elected President of the Women’s Traffic Club of New York, Inc. between 1989 and 1990, and Elected President of the Eastern States Women’s Traffic Conference between 1998 and 1999.
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