Tony Tomczak is the vice president of Corporate Services and Chief Procurement Officer for DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE), a Detroit-based diversified energy company involved in the development and management of energy-related businesses and services nationwide.
Tomczak is responsible for strategic management of the company’s procurement, supplier performance management, warehousing, fleet, facilities and real estate organizations. In addition, he leads implementation of environmental sustainability projects within DTE’s buildings, fleet vehicles and supply chain. He is also responsible for the company’s local and diverse supplier initiatives.
Tomczak joined DTE Energy in 2006. He most recently served as director of Supply Chain Management where he was responsible for all non-fuel purchases, materials planning, contract development and performance and warehouse operations for DTE Energy. Prior to that position, Tomczak served as director of Facilities and Fleet where he was responsible for the maintenance, capital strategy and execution for real estate, buildings, trucks and equipment and garages across the DTE Energy network.
Prior to joining DTE Energy, Tomczak was vice president of Purchasing for Tower Automotive, responsible for materials and services expenditures.
Tomczak earned a bachelor of science degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University and a master of science degree in Industrial Operations with distinction from Lawrence Technological University.
He is the 2018 chairman of the board of directors of the Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council and a member of the Utility Purchasing Management Group 2018 Executive Committee. He was the chairman of the Electric Utility Industry Sustainable Supply Chain Alliance in 2017. He also participated in the Leadership Michigan program and won Rainbow Push’s Bridge Builders Award in 2010.