Jonathan Eaton Named Grant Thornton Supply Chain Mgmt Practice Leader

Jonathan Eaton

Jonathan Eaton, formerly a vice president and industry supply chain partner at Chainalytics, has joined Grant Thornton as leader of the professional services firm’s national supply chain management.

Grant Thornton said Tuesday Eaton will oversee a portfolio of strategy, transformation,  demand and supply planning, procurement, analytics, transportation, visibility and network optimization service offerings in his new position.

His more than 20-year industry career includes counseling of clients on business operations and supply chain strategy development efforts.

He is a member of supply chain groups at University of Tennessee and Michigan State University, as well as the Supply Chain Leaders in Action and the Council of SC Management Professionals.

Eaton holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee and an M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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