• Defining seamless execution from the customer’s point of view
  • Real-world use cases of robotics, automation, the sharing economy, and artificial intelligence
  • Debating how these influences will change the way resources are allocated across a global network
  • Collaborating to develop new processes and capabilities through industry benchmarking


Dave Bozeman
VP, Amazon Transportation Services

David Bozeman is currently Vice President, Amazon Transportation Services (Amazon Air, Sort Center Networks & Line Haul Team) for Amazon.com. Dave joined Amazon in February of 2017. Prior to joining Amazon, Dave was a senior vice president for Caterpillar Inc. with responsibility for the Caterpillar Enterprise System Group. The order-to-delivery organization aligned the company’s critical processes and support groups to further improve manufacturing and supply chain capabilities worldwide.

Bozeman joined Caterpillar Inc. in 2008, and served in various Executive positions.

Prior to joining Caterpillar, Bozeman worked for Harley-Davidson Motor Company, where he was vice president of Advanced Manufacturing responsible for developing and overseeing the implementation of advanced manufacturing technology. In particular, he was the manufacturing voice at the concept phase of product development, which included directly supporting the product plan and manufacturing objectives on cost and flexibility.

Bozeman, a Chicago, Illinois native, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology/Mechanical Design from Bradley University and a Master of Science degree in Engineering Management from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.

Outside of his participation on The Executive Leadership Council (ELC), Bozeman recently served on the board of directors for Weyerhaeuser, a lumber and forest products company. He is also a member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation board of directors and Bradley University’s Board of Trustees.

Dave, his wife Dawn and their five children live in Dunlap, Illinois and are transitioning to Seattle, Washington.