George Randall Former US Army Officer and currently a Fortune 100 Executive Search Recruiter who has made more than 80,000 hires in his career.
Lisa Jaster is a United States Army Reserve lieutenant colonel and engineer officer. She was the first female reserve solider to graduate from the Army's Ranger School.
What does space travel have to do with running a trucking company?
NASA, like many companies, was experience a struggle between meeting deadlines and doing so safely.
In 1986, the explosion of The Challenger was the result of what Mike calls an 'inevitable outcome' after years of eroding cultural values. Safety warnings were consistently disregarded in favor of operational goals.
Many transportation companies face these competing priorities on a daily basis. Mike will share how NASA turned its culture back around.
Mike Mullane, a West Point graduate, was selected as a Mission Specialist in 1978 in the first group of Space Shuttle Astronauts. He completed three space missions and logged 356 hours in space aboard the Shuttles Discovery and Atlantis.
David shares what the Truckload Carriers Association is fighting for in Washington, as well as an update on the FMCSA's newest and upcoming initiatives.
David has served as Manager of Safety Programs for the ATA, Director of Safety for the ATA, and is now VP of Government Affairs for the TCA's efforts in Washington, DC.
5:00pm-7:30pm Happy Hour, Dinner, Live Music from The Screaming Cucumbers