Terry Donohoe is a founder of 4BL.io, the world's leading Blockchain international logistics provider.
A graduate of the renown Ashridge Business School in England, Donohoe is a former Board Member and Senior Vice President of Schenker Inc, a top 3 global logistics organization. During his 12 year tenure at DB Schenker, Donohoe was responsible for nurturing and growing relationships with Fortune 100 companies including GE, PPG, SC Johnson & Proctor & Gamble. He is an early adopter of Blockchain technology and believes Blockchain transparency delivers unrivaled workflow efficiency and data reliability transforming enterprise-wide supply chains globally.
Q: What would you like to see your team accomplish in 2019?
Our team has been working extremely hard to deliver beta versions of our first 3 MVPs. It would be the result of a true team effort to release our 3 MVPs for customer testing and feedback.
Q: Who is your role model or hero?
I grew up in London in the 1980's when the United Kingdom was under-going massive social change. The change, whilst painful, was absolutely necessary and would not have been possible without the unwavering leadership of the Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher. A real hero.
Q: What is your favorite book?
I believe in the impossible. 'A Brief History of Time' by Stephen Hawking keeps me believing.
Q: Do you use any specific method or system to run daily operations?
I hold dear the philosophy of Servant Leadership. Servant Leadership is a powerful model that has guided my career for years.
Q: Why did you choose your present industry at this time? *
I believe that Blockchain, IOT, and AI have the capability to revolutionize supply chains with as much impact as email and the adoption of the Internet.
I have never had bad moments in my career, simply opportunities to grow.
~ Terry Donohoe
Q: What is the best/worst moment you can remember in your career?
I have never had bad moments in my career, simply opportunities to grow. The good times have been numerous especially being able to travel the world and experience different cultures and viewpoints.
Q: Looking back - if you could advise a younger version of yourself to do something different - what would it be? *
Love harder, speak sweeter and take time to enjoy your blessings.