Michelle D. Livingstone
Vice President Transportation
Michelle D. Livingstone is vice president of transportation for The Home Depot. She leads a highly talented team that oversees the movement of shipments into and within The Home Depot's multi-channel supply chain, including inbound shipments from domestic vendors, all direct imports, and customer deliveries of appliances and store merchandise. Livingstone joined the company in October 2007 with more than 25 years of transportation supply-chain experience. Prior to joining The Home Depot, she served as the senior vice president of transportation for C & S Wholesale Grocers, where she led the transportation function that supported 70 distribution centers throughout the United States. She gained much of her retail and dot com experience at JCPenney, where she served as the vice president of transportation for four years. Prior to JCPenney, Livingstone spent the bulk of her career at Kraft Foods in transportation and supply-chain roles. She most recently served as the senior director of transportation and supply-chain for Kraft Foods North America. While at Kraft, Livingstone was actively involved with the Food Shippers of America (FSA), an organization dedicated to improving supply-chain efficiency in the grocery industry. She served as a director on the board from 1990-2001 and was elected to serve as president of FSA for two terms. Livingstone has an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and a BS degree in business with a concentration in transportation from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.