Meet the Instructors

St. Claire Gerald CSCP

  • CSCP: Associate

  • Principles: Associate

St. Claire Gerald is the founder and principal of Harambee Solutions, a management consulting firm specializing in operations and supply chain management.  With over 15 years of experience working with fast-paced, rapidly expanding companies in the Specialty Retail, Home Furnishings and Consumer Goods industries, St. Claire is a frequent speaker and instructor in a number of professional venues.

Prior to founding Harambee Solutions, Mr. Gerald served as Director, Supply Chain Management for Foot Locker Inc., the world’s leading retailer of athletic footwear and apparel with over $5.5B in sales.  In this capacity, he held a leadership role in developing strategies, processes and systems for improving the flow of merchandise across all areas of the global and domestic supply chain.

Mr. Gerald graduated from the College of Wooster with a degree in Business and Economics and he is also recognized as a Certified Supply Chain Professional with APICS – The Association for Operations Management.


David Klauber

  • CPIM: Lead

  • CLTD: Lead

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Dolores Kornely, CSCP

  • CSCP: Associate

  • Instructor Training: Associate

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Stan Stone CFPIM

  • CPIM: Associate

Stan is the CEO & founder of GreyStone Business Solutions, Inc. He is an industry expert, author, professor and leader in the field of Business Process Improvement, Lean Manufacturing and Operations Revitalization. Stan received his Masters of Business Administration in Total Quality Management and Bachelor of Business Administration in Management from Dowling College.

He is certified by APICS as a CFPIM, and is a Past President of the NYC-L.I. Chapter. Stan's background includes holding C-Level and General Manager Positions in the corporate world as well as Senior, Fellowship and President of non for profit organizations. He has had the distinct honor in 2007 of being selected by the People to People Ambassador Program to participate in a twelve person manufacturing delegation to China. He has been a featured speaker at the SAIPCS 1997 & 2004 World Manufacturing Symposiums in South Africa.