Keely Croxton joined The Ohio State University faculty in 1999 as an assistant professor of logistics and today is an associate professor in the Department of Marketing and Logistics in the Fisher College of Business. Her research focuses on the intersection of optimization and supply chain management. On the former, she is interested in applying mathematical models to issues in logistics. Her research in this area has provided opportunities to add new features into models, develop new applications for optimization, and make advances in modeling techniques. On the latter, her research focuses on using cross-functional business processes to manage relationships in the supply chain. In the last few years she has also done research on supply chain resilience, focused on helping companies find ways to prepare and respond to disruptions in the supply chain. She has published in numerous journals and is a contributing author of the book Supply Chain Management: Processes, Partnerships, which has been adopted for undergraduate and M.B.A. courses throughout the world. Dr. Croxton received her B.S. degree from Northwestern University and her Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.