About John Clendenin
John A. Clendenin is the Founder, President, and CEO of ICLogistics based in St. Louis, Missouri with international headquarters in Saint Croix, USVI. John started ICLogistics while on leave from the senior faculty of Harvard Business School, where he taught in an array of business courses and served as a member of the National Research Council’s Committee on Supply Chain Integration. He has also served as adjunct faculty at Washington University in St. Louis the University of Chicago and is currently teaching “On-Line” with the Instituto de Empresa in Madrid, Spain. Prior to his tenure at Harvard, John retired after a fifteen-year career as a supply chain executive at Xerox Corporation in 1998 and is best known in the global supply chain, logistics and distribution profession as a ‘change agent’ and international productivity expert. John has presented at many universities including Cornell, Columbia University, Northwestern University, Princeton University, and Stanford University in the areas of leadership, quality, benchmarking, manufacturing competitiveness, supply chain optimization and business process management and has conducted trade facilitation missions to Japan, Mexico, Ukraine, Poland and The Balkans region of South East Europe. John’s background includes a career in the United States Marine Corps where he retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in February 1995 after 24 years of service. John has graduate degrees in Psychology, Communications Engineering and Business Administration. He lives on a farm in Estate LaGrange, Frederiksted St. Croix, USVI with his wife Bonnie. They have three grown children, Trevor, Stacy and Ryan and five grandchildren; Tristan, Kaleb, J. Luke, Violet and Liselotte.