Ms. Tandreia Bellamy
Vice President, Industrial Engineering, United Parcel Service
Tandreia Bellamy is currently Engineering Vice President for the Advanced Technology Group (ATG). The group was created earlier this year to accelerate implementation of key components of our next-generation logistics network. This team will be responsible for the research, testing, and development of new technologies and models to improve our network capabilities. ATG will also strengthen collaboration with technology companies and academic institutions to explore innovative solutions.
Prior to joining ATG, Tandreia was Vice President Industrial Engineering for UPS Global Logistics and Distribution. In this position, she directs all industrial engineering activities related to the company’s key product offerings: Distribution, Service Parts Logistics and Mail Innovations, which contain over 35 million square feet of distribution and warehousing facilities, strategically located at approximately 1,000 sites in more than 120 countries, and 20 sorting facilities across the United States.
Tandreia also held the position of Vice President of Engineering for the West Region, responsible for the Industrial Engineering (IE), Operations Excellence (Quality), Asset Management and Technology Support Groups (TSG) for the 25 states in the western half of the United States. Tandreia was responsible for all aspect of planning, asset utilization, service quality, support and implementation of technology, and process improvements.
Tandreia began her UPS career in 1986 as a part-time package handler while completing her undergraduate degree. She held various engineering and operations positions in Central Florida (Orlando) before being transferred to the UPS corporate office in Atlanta. While assigned to Corporate, Tandreia held positions in the Corporate Marketing and Corporate Industrial Engineering departments. Tandreia was promoted to Engineering Director for the Prairie Mountain District (2003) where she was responsible for the engineering department for 4 states (Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Montana). She later filled the same role for the Minnesota District (2005).
Tandreia graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Industrial Engineering in 1989 and completed my Master of Science in Industrial Engineering/Engineering Management in 1998 at the University of Central Florida. She also holds a Masters Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University. She is a member of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and has been a visiting professional through the Urban League’s BEEP program for the past 15 years. Tandreia has also served on the Board of Trustees for ChildServ (a multidisciplinary child and family services network) and was a member of the Texas A&M Engineering Advisory Board.
In 2006, Tandreia was named Business Advisor of the Year by INROADS of Minneapolis-St. Paul, and in 2009 she was recognized as a Technology All-Star at the Women of Color STEM conference; however her greatest accomplishment is being the mother of two wonderful children, Ruby (18) and Anthony (16).