CLINTON, N.Y. — Donna Vareha-Walsh, director of global supply chain and international trade compliance at Indium Corporation, was recently elected to the American Tin Trade Association board of directors.
Formed in 1928, the American Tin Trade Association (ATTA) meets twice a year to promote the best interests of those engaged in the production, distribution, transportation, consumption, purchase, and sale of pig tin. The national association also serves as an active forum to discuss pertinent issues of the tin trade.
“I am honored to join the ATTA board of directors,” Vareha-Walsh said in an Indium press release. “I am looking forward to bringing my experience as chairwoman of the Minor Metals Trade Association to benefit and support the growth of the ATTA.”
In her role at Indium, Vareha-Walsh oversees the Clinton–based company’s global supply chain and trade-compliance functions including inventory, quality, sourcing, logistics, and supply-chain strategies. She leads a global team to ensure the company has a secure supply chain with quality partner suppliers.
Vareha-Walsh has more than 20 years of metals-market experience. She earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Duquesne University and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. Vareha-Walsh is a certified public accountant and holds certificates in leadership development and manufacturing excellence.
Indium Corp. (www.indium.com) is a materials refiner, smelter, manufacturer, and supplier to the global electronics, semiconductor, thin-film, and thermal-management markets. Founded in 1934, the company has technical support and factories in China, German, India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States.