Full Name
Jun Amora
Special Advisor, Supply Chain COVID Response
NYC Mayor's Office
Speaker Bio
Jun B. Amora is Special Adviser for Supply Chain COVID Response for NYC Mayor’s Office and Adviser for Enterprise Supply Chain Services at Geisinger Health. Immediately prior to this, Jun served as Vice President, Enterprise Supply Chain Services for Geisinger Health. In this role, Jun was responsible for the overall strategy development, administrative oversight, and leadership for Geisinger’s supply chain organization. His strategic priorities at Geisinger included standardization, simplification and automation across supply chain functions of procurement, value analysis, sourcing and materials management. He focused on developing integrated partnerships with key suppliers, building Geisinger’s purchased services sourcing team, novel distribution channels for medical supplies to patient homes and was engaged in various cost containment initiatives. Jun joined Geisinger in April 2018. Prior to joining Geisinger, Jun was Assistant Vice President of Supply Chain Services at NYC Health + Hospitals. Jun was responsible for shaping and implementing the trajectory for HHC’s supply chain services as well as leading the centralization and transformation of its core functions of procurement, strategic sourcing, contracting, business analytics and materials management. Jun also led the supply chain implementation of a brand-new ERP system and helped drive >$100M savings. With Jun’s leadership, the rapid transformation of NYC Health + Hospitals’ supply chain has earned it the ECRI Supply Chain of the Year award two years in a row. Jun Amora joined NYC Health + Hospitals in April 2013. Jun started his career at Seattle Children’s Hospital as a research scientist studying DNA-binding proteins that regulate cancer proliferation. Subsequently, Jun became an improvement consultant supporting patient flow optimization projects in Seattle Children’s emergency room. Soon after, Jun helped lead the design and implementation of “Demand Flow” (two-bin Kanban system) at Seattle Children’s Hospital which was launched in 2009. Jun earned his Bachelor’s degree in Neurobiology from the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle. He also holds a graduate certification in project management from the UW and is a certified Lean Six Sigma Blackbelt. Jun has received several industry accolades including being named to the Bellwether League’s Future Famer Class of 2019 and was also recognized by the Journal of Healthcare Contracting as a Future Leader.
Jun Amora