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Welcome to Supply Chain Operations Management Association! 

SCOMA's Mission:  SCOMA’s purpose is to bring together like-minded students interested in enhancing their learning through integration of Operations & Supply Chain Management concepts learned in school and its application in the business environment

What does SCOMA have to offer to its members?:  This integration and application of information is achieved by: 

  • Visiting manufacturing firms (Factory tours) in the Bay Area
  • Bringing in Speakers who are experts in the field of Operations & Supply Chain Management (OSCM) to share their professional experiences
  • Advancing student education by becoming a member of APICS Golden Gate Chapter, a professional organization who offers free membership to Current students of CSUEB.  As a member of APICS who is now under the umbrella of ASCM, you will receive Newsletters of current events in the field of OSCM, Webinars, Career Help, APICS-led Factory Tours, and Certifications (not free)
  • Networking with other students of CSUEB/other universities and Professionals of OSCM

If you are interested in refining your Leadership skills and would like the opportunity to shadow one of our Leaders in their roles, please let us know. 

Being an Active member of SCOMA is an excellent platform to help you achieve this goal.

We welcome ideas/suggestions for future OSCM-focused activities. 

Please, get in touch soon by emailing

Again, Welcome and looking forward to speaking with you soon!

Portal Information


SCOMA is an academic club intended for students of Operations & Supply Chain Management (OSCM) whose primary goal is to optimize and support learning with carefully selected OSCM-focused activities within and outside of school.

SCOMA is organized by highly-motivated Leaders (officers) from both undergraduate and graduate programs, supported by faculties of Business and Management and our student membership is constantly increasing.

SCOMA is partnered with APICS Golden Gate Chapter, a professional supply chain organization which offers Free Student membership that includes a plethora of information about current events in the field of Supply Chain & Operations, webinars, professional certifications, and factory tours.



Selection process/membership requirements

Please list information about the organizations selection process and include membership requirements if applicable.

SCOMA Selection process: You must be a Current student of CSUEB, your concentration must be OSCM or GM. SCOMA may also welcome students from other concentration as long as the student is able to benefit from the value SCOMA can provide to enhance education of Operations and Supply Chain concepts.
Membership Requirements: You must be a Current student of CSUEB

Club/organization's email address

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Officer #1 Position Title


Officer #1 Name

Karen Martinez

Officer #2 Position Title

Vice President

Officer #2 Name

Isha Shrivastava

Officer #3 Position Title


Officer #3 Name

Curtis Adams

Officer #4 Position Title


Officer #4 Name

Peter Krarup

Officer #5 Position Title

Communications Officer

Officer #5 Name

Anand Mokariya

Optional: Officer #6 Position Title

Educational Officer

Optional Field: Officer #6 Name

Donn David

On-Campus Advisor Name

Balaraman Rajan

On-Campus Advisor Title

Assistant Professor


Please upload your organization's constitution. Follow the link to a template if needed.

Organization Goals

Please list your goals for the next year

SCOMA's goals for the next year is to continue with our current activities of providing opportunities to see and learn about company's operations and supply chain through factory tours, preview career paths of managers of operations and supply chain through invitation of speakers and leaders of OSC, and enhance student learning through free membership and webinars offered by APICS, an industry-recognized association for OSC professionals.

What types of events do you hold?

(For example: social, service, brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership, physical/fitness, etc.)

Leadership meetings, speaker invitation, factory tours, internship search help