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Rutkowski Named to NASSTRAC Role

Gail Rutkowski has been named executive director of NASSTRAC.

Gail  Rutkowski has been named executive director of the National Shippers Strategic Transportation Council (NASSTRAC). She will lead its efforts to provide educational opportunities, advocacy, and networking events for the shipping industry.


I am pleased to have Gail Rutkowski come into a new role at NASSTRAC as Executive Director,” said Doug Easley, NASSTRAC president, “This job requires an in-depth industry knowledge, great contacts, and a passion for the work. These requirements are what led us to select Gail."


Gail Rutkowski is President of Wabash Worldwide Logistics and is a veteran of more than 25 years in the transportation industry. Ms. Rutkowski has previously served in roles in both the shipper and carrier sides of the industry, from private fleet management with Quaker Oats and Belden Wire and Cable, to truckload sales with C. H. Robinson, to transportation management with Thomas & Betts and Medline Industries.


"I am excited to begin my work in this new role for NASSTRAC," said Rutkowski "The work that NASSTRAC does for the industry in the fields of education, advocacy, and provider relations is invaluable. I look forward to working with the Executive Committee and our members to continue to provide these resources to the industry while finding new opportunities for the organization to grow."

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