New Leadership for NASSTRAC

Thursday, November 03, 2005
NASSTRAC announced new leadership for 2005-2007 at the association's recent fall conference at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, Md. This newly elected group of executives will give strategic direction and input that supports NASSTRAC in providing professional development, networking, advocacy and provider relationships to its membership. The following officers will serve two-year terms officially starting this month: Chairperson: Randy Schaeffer, Manager-Rail Fleet Procurement for Air Products & Chemicals President: Gail Rutkowski, Director-Transportation Services, AIMS Logistics 1st Vice President: Shawn O'Sullivan, Manager- Transportation Services, Pfizer, Inc. 2nd Vice President: Eric Morley, Director of Logistics, Best Buy Company, Inc. Treasurer: Diane Bean, Manager of Transportation, Lifeway Christian Resources Secretary: Susan Konopack, Transportation Analyst, Johnson & Johnson Sales & Logistics Co.

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