Olga Senicheva is a continuous term lecturer at the Krannert School of Management, Purdue Univeristy. She joined Purdue in 2016 after she obtained her Ph.D. in in Business Administration with concentration on Supply Chain Management and Logistics from Kuehne Logistics University (KLU), Hamburg, Germany. Her research and teaching interests focus on service operations, inventory management and project management. Olga has a solid quantitative background in supply chain modelling and analysis. In her work, she applies the methods of approximate dynamic programming to solve large scale supply chain problems. Olga has been involved in multiple consulting projects working with service providers, manufacturing companies and state organization to improve their operations.