Cori Gordon has worked in people development and operations management across a number of industries for a decade. She has held several titles at Tesla including Associate Sales Manager, Delivery Manager and Mobile Delivery Manager. She has worked for Carmatic, a technology and experience company based in Long Island, New York as a Logistics Director. In this role, she was focused on improving operational efficiency around customer vehicle deliveries through process iteration and workforce automation.
Throughout her professional career, Cori has managed departments with revenue exceeding $100 billion. She has accomplished note-worthy accolades because of her successful mobilization of her teams and precise execution of strategy.
Raised by Jamaican parents, Cori learned the importance of education and self-empowerment from a young age. The freedom her parents afforded her has allowed her to experience life in the most beautiful, fulfilling ways. Today she is committed to continual personal development and creating opportunities for all people.
Cori Gordon is now one of the e-commerce giant’s youngest Delivery Service Partners.
A native of Jamaica, Gordon never could have imagined that her journey in the states would turn out the way that it has. After beginning her professional career working within the retail and automotive industries, it dawned on her that she was made to be an entrepreneur.
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Gordon enrolled in the program and gained some knowledge and skills needed to start her entrepreneurial journey. “The most fulfilling thing about being a DSP owner is being a job provider,” Gordon exclaimed. “It’s such an honor for me and I get so excited when an employee gets a new car, or a new phone because I know their employment with my company is helping them reach their goals.”