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June 6, 2017 - At the club's Annual Meeting on June 5th, the club elected new officers and governors for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017.  The following were elected:
Ryan Fischer, Genesee & Wyoming Railroad Services, Inc. to serve as President;
David Perry, Ryan Alloys Trading, to serve as First Vice President;
Joshua Brooks, Koppers, Inc., to serve as Second Vice President

To serve a two-year term as Governor,
Trish Cox, United States Steel
AJ Pantoni, Colliers International - Pittsburgh
Rich Pastors, RSI Logistics, Inc.
Bill Porter, Ingram Barge Company
Daria Schwartz, Ingram Barge Company

To serve a one-year term as Governor:
Connor Haneman, L.B. Foster.

The newly elected officers and governors will join the following persons beginning the second year of their term on the Board of Governors:

Julie Bart, NOVA Chemicals
Gretchen Chamberlain, American Commercial Barge Line
Alex Lang, Carload Express
Brian Spiller, WATCO Companies.


 


March 16, 2017.  At a reception immediately prior to the Traffic Club's 115th Annual Dinner, nine scholarship awards of $7,500 each were presented to undergraduate college students majoring in Supply-Chain Management. The scholarship awards were presented to:

  • Jessica Blue, Arizona State University's W.P. Carey School of Business,
  • Brandon Collins, Duquesne University's Palumbo Donahue School of Business,
  • Christopher France, Michigan State University's Broad College of Business,
  • Kevin Krieger, The Pennsylvania State University's Smeal College of Business,
  • Benjamin Thomas, W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University,
  • Erin Ward, Duquesne University's Palumbo Donahue School of Business,
  • Madison Woomer, The Pennsylvania State University's Smeal College of Business,
  • Jeremy Xander, Duquesne University's Palumbo Donahue School of Business, and
  • Moussa Zaatar, Michigan State University's Broad College of Business. 

At the presentation of the awards, Scholarship Committee Chair Bill Porter highlighted a few of the numerous accomplishments each student has achieved during his or her undergraduate career. Later in the evening, in introducing the recipients to the dinner audience of over 850 senior executives and transportation professionals, Traffic Club President J.D. Shearer aptly reported that the North American supply-chain network will be in good hands as these students assume leadership roles in the transportation, distribution and manufacturing industries.
 
The Traffic Club congratulates these students on all of their accomplishments. 



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