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 Meet Our Instructors 

The best instructors have faced the same challenges you do—and have developed effective approaches to address them. OMU instructors are logistics experts, sales and operations managers, nurses and process improvement directors. They offer your staff the opportunity to learn from trainers with real-world experience who are leaders in their field.


Our instructors work with OMU’s experienced learning consultants to develop curricula that develop people, processes and product knowledge.

  • Craig BeVier

    Craig manages O&M’s corporate university (OMU), and is accountable for performance management, talent assessment, career and succession planning, and leadership and teammate development. Previously, he developed, implemented and validated selection and assessment tools, including assessment centers, behavioral interviews and biodata for Circuit City Stores. Also an adjunct associate professor for the University of Richmond, he earned his MS in industrial management and a PhD in industrial and organizational Psychology from Clemson University.

  • Terry Clayton

     Terry works with O&M’s SurgiTrackSM and ambulatory surgery center teams to plan, coordinate and execute OR supply chain solutions. Previously, he was O&M’s director, advanced logistics, for the marketing team, where he researched and analyzed customer needs, competition and market trends. Prior to joining O&M, Terry spent six years at McKesson Medical Surgical in a number of operational and staff positions, including director, supply chain services; director, contract administration; and regional operations manager. Terry retired as a Colonel from the United States Army Medical Service Corps after 30 years of service. He earned in BS in biology from Loyola College, and a MS in logistics management from Florida Institute of Technology, and a Mini-MBA Certificate from the University of Richmond. Terry also is a graduate of the United States Army War College and a Certified Six Sigma Greenbelt.

  • Tuesday Cromer Stott

    Tuesday works closely with members of our leadership team, companywide subject-matter experts and other educators to provide learning and developmental opportunities for O&M teammates. Her key expertise focuses on human resource development topics, such as communications, teamwork, leadership and teammate relations. She also is the coordinator of O&M’s LEAD (Leadership Education Accelerated Development) program—a rigorous, 16-week training and coaching session for emerging leaders. She earned her undergraduate degree from Mary Washington College and a Masters in adult education and human resource development from Virginia Commonwealth University.

  • Angie Haggard

    A supply chain advisor with 15 years of supply chain experience, Angie works with O&M’s supply chain consulting unit, helping acute-care institutions and integrated delivery networks improve upon their internal and external supply chain operations. Key focus areas include formulating service strategy, process improvement and redesign, identifying and implementing cost savings, resource realignment, inventory management, contract management, standardization and storage design.  Before joining O&M, Angie worked in a supply chain capacity with Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Hewlett Packard, and Wal-Mart. She holds a BS in logistics and transportation, cum laude, from the University of TN.

  • Kathy Lukhard

    An O&M teammate for over 20 years, Kathy has a wealth of experience in healthcare supply chain management, including roles as corporate accountant, internal auditor, manager of rebates & contracts, and general manager of the company’s San Diego distribution center. She served as a conversion team leader on O&M’s client-server warehousing implementation, responsible for converting O&M distribution centers to the new warehousing system. She has also served as the director of internal audit, implementing the Sarbanes-Oxley compliance process. 

  • Brad Parsons

    Brad's 30-years with O&M spans both sales and operational management, including broad field and home office leadership roles. Throughout his career, he has worked on major healthcare supply chain projects in the United States, Europe and the Middle East. At O&M, he currently is part of a strategically focused business development team, in which he develops the operational structures to supports emerging strategies and technologies to improve the supply chain capabilities of the company and its healthcare and supplier customers.

  • David Sharp

    In addition to a decade of project management experience, David has 15 years of distribution industry experience, specializing in warehousing systems and data communications.  He also has 15 years of experience as systems development manager for General Medical, and as regional systems engineering director for NCR Corporation, London England.  David holds a BA in English literature from University College, London, and a Royal Society of Arts degree with Honours, London.

  • José Valderas

    José Valderas is Regional Director of Operations working with both the Capital and Mid-Atlantic areas to ensure they meet their operational and financial goals and objectives.  José also serves as Dean of the Owens & Minor University (OMU) School of Operations. OMU is Owens & Minor’s in-house learning center, where teammates take courses in leadership, operations, finance, sales and ethics.  José, a 27-year veteran of Owens & Minor, has served the company in a variety of roles. He began his career at Owens & Minor as an operations manager and was both a divisional and regional vice president. Prior to joining Owens & Minor, José spent five years with Will Ross Inc. in operations. José and his wife, an entrepreneur, live in the Richmond, Virginia area, and have a daughter who is starting her own career in medical product sales.

  • Sheri Voss

    With 30 years of surgical services experience, Sheri has progressive leadership and management experience in a wide variety of healthcare facilities. She has served as an educator, manager, director and assistant executive director, and also as an interim chief nursing officer. An active member of AORN (Association of Perioperative & Operating Room Nurses), Sheri served six years on AORN’s national board of directors and two years as treasurer. In addition, she served on the AORN Foundation Board of Trustees for six years including two years as president. Currently she is the chair for AORN’s Leadership Development Task Force and serves as a mentor for the AORN and O&M Leadership Academy.

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