New Education Committee Chairwoman for NASSTRAC

Press Release
Thursday, August 02, 2012

The National Shippers Strategic Transportation Council (NASSTRAC) names Candace Holowwicki as committee chairwoman.

NASSTRAC provides education, advocacy, and provider relations for professionals involved in all modes of transportation. Ms.Holowicki’s primary responsibilities will include leading the planning and execution of the NASSTRAC Shippers Conference & Transportation Expo, which will take place April 21-24, 2013, in Orlando.

Ms. Holowicki, who has nearly 20 years experience in the transportation industry, is currently director of global logistics at TriMas Corp., a manufacturer and distributor near Detroit, Mich. She has served on NASSTRAC’s education committee since 2009, and also currently serves on its executive committee.

She succeeds in this position Chris Norek, Ph.D., senior partner of Chain Connectors, who recently assumed the officer position of 1st vice president of NASSTRAC.

“NASSTRAC has built a solid reputation for its quality education and unique learning and networking environment at our annual conference,” said Doug Easley, NASSTRAC president. “We look forward to Candace’s leadership in continuing this long-standing tradition.”
 

 

 


 

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