Transport America Announces The Addition Of Two New Leaders

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Transport America announces the addition of two new leaders: Kelly Polk, VP of Team Division and Michael Spencer, VP of SE Regional Division. Prior to joining Transport America, Kelly Polk was employed by Schneider National for 27 years in various capacities in Operations, Process Improvement, Associate Relations, and most recently as Director of Operations, Port Logistics. Kelly’s educational background is in Business Management and Human Resource Management.

“Kelly is a relationship oriented leader who has vast industry experience, a positive attitude and strong work ethic that fits our goal of attracting top talent to Transport America,” said Scott Arves, President & CEO. Kelly will be based at Transport America’s Birmingham facility.

Michael Spencer worked as a transportation consultant for the last 3 years, and has been in the industry for a total of 26 years. He was Land Transportation’s President, worked at Hub Group, National Freight, and CSX Intermodal, among others.

“Michael’s experience and list of accomplishments is extensive. We feel that his team-based management style, strategic vision, and impeccable integrity will help our SE Regional Division grow even stronger, and are delighted to have him on board,” said Keith Klein, Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Vocational Training with a Minor in Communications. Mike will be based at Transport America’s Atlanta facility.

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