Lane Fellhauer ’20

Lane Fellhauer

BBA in Supply Chain Management
May 2020

PepsiCo; Irving, TX
Supply Chain Intern
June 2019 – August 2019

KPMG; Dallas, TX
Advisory Associate
October 2020 – April 2022

Qualtrics; Plano, TX
Customer Service Associate II
May 2022 – Present


What extracurricular activities were you involved in at Texas A&M? I was involved in the Texas A&M Consulting Group and the Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity on campus.

What was your favorite Supply Chain Management course at Texas A&M? My favorite course in the SCMT degree was SCMT 361 – Operations Planning and Control. It was a great mix of analytical and creative thinking. I believed that it represented the major well, and it was a great introduction into learning how to think like a supply chain management professional.

What do you feel was the most beneficial course you took? I feel like SCMT 336 – Data Analytics with Optimization could be the most beneficial course. The MS Excel knowledge and fundamentals are necessary in any full-time job. Being able to quickly and effectively perform quantitative analysis is an extremely important skill to have.

Describe your career and what led you to your entry-level position. I had a very tough time choosing a major. I had three majors during my time at Texas A&M. I wanted a major that was technical enough to give me marketable skills, but also allowed me to use some creative thinking. I felt like the SCMT program at Mays gave me exactly what I was looking for. During my time in college, I was always cautious in making a committed decision, and I felt that way in choosing a career as well. In consulting, I believe I will get an opportunity to have a ton of variety, and learn much more about the industry. Being able to really understand the concepts that are taught in the SCMT courses was imperative to landing a job that I am excited about.

Any specific advice you would give to current Supply Chain Management students? Always ask questions when you have them. The faculty in this department really does a great job of helping students in any way that they can. Leveraging this is important to your success in the department. Make sure you really understand what you are learning. In every job interview I had, I was asked to answer an industry-related question, discuss a business case, etc. Being able to bring in some concepts I learned in class, and even building on them, in these interviews made them a lot less intimidating.