Liz Reich
Vice President - Global Supply Chain, MasterCard Worldwide

  • Focus: Contributions are valued by peers
  • Accountability: Thoroughly contributes in all areas
  • Sense of Urgency: Consistently responds in a timely fashion
  • Team: Frequently supports and responds to peers

Awards earned:





Level: LEVEL 02

12 month points: 27 ptsView details

Total points: 27 pts



Highly successful collaborator with a cunning approach to problem solving and responsive to changing business needs and objectives.

Career professional in Global Sourcing, Procurement, IT Asset Management, Supplier Relationship Management and Business Process Outsourcing. Dynamic leader with extensive experience building and leading globally diverse teams focused on supply chain, software compliance, telecommunications expense management, logistics, and trade compliance. Recognized for introducing innovative strategies and technologies focused on operational expense efficiencies, cost reduction and third party regulatory compliance.

Specialties: Leadership | Collaboration | Contract Negotiation | Operations Shared Services | Procurement| Merger and Acquisition Integration Planning | Trade Compliance | Technology Category Sourcing | Administration | Expense Management| Contingent Labor Management | Managed Service Programs


Vice President, Global Supply Chain


February 2010 - Present

Vice President, Global Supply Chain: October 2017 – Present
Leading Global Evolution of Corporate Services Category Strategy from design/concept to implement/measure of Human Resources, Legal, Benefits, Travel, Real Estate and Professional Services with annual spend of $450M.

Vice President, Operations & Technology, Global IT Asset Management: 2012 – 2017
Managed four teams with a global workforce supporting over 80 corporate sites, 3000 end-point locations with purchasing, logistics, inventory, software compliance, supplier relationship management and audit remediation for an annual spend of $450M.

Director, Worldwide Finance, Sourcing & Supplier Management: 2010 – 2012
Managed $55M in Telecommunications and Network Services spend. Category Strategy successes included leveraging supply base for Telepresence solution, shortening acquisition cycle for core standardized network equipment, and completing the sourcing/contract development for a global telecom expense management solution.

  • Dec 2018 - Feb 2019

    Participated in a KnowledgeStream™: "Leadership Strategies & Tactics to Transform Corporate Culture"

    Corporate Culture
    Sales Effectiveness
    C-Level Communications
    Organizational Development
  • 06 Dec 2018

    Asked a question on OpenForum: "Human Factors"