“I never thought that as a young teenager my first job in high school would lead me to a career in supply chain. As I look back, it has been fascinating to see how technology in our industry has evolved and changed the way we view the traditional approach to supply chain management. Being involved in the industry has taken me on a journey that has led to being a part of the Logistics & Transportation Association of North America (LTNA) as a board member. My experience in logistic services and technology has given me a broad vision of experience to assess the needs of my clients. Whether you have an end vision and don’t know how to get there, or you know what needs to be done but don’t have the tools, I will come alongside you on your journey with an honest and transparent approach.”
In addition to her board activity with LTNA and the West Michigan Transportation Club, Stace is a member of Tri-State Supply Chain Professionals, DMDII, St. Louis Transportation Club, APICS and CSCMP. A native of Michigan, Stace enjoys biking and hiking the great outdoors.
“As I began my career in supply chain I found a common thread in my desire to help shape the future and the industry that I now serve. Stepping forward to begin my career I had answered the often asked question by young people, “What do I want to do with the rest of my life?” Fortunately, the first steps into the supply chain industry helped answer that question. The experience I have gained in my career laid the groundwork to my purpose in developing solutions for shippers that creat a competitive advantage for my clients. Looking ahead, the future is bright as we continue to grow as a team and create new partnerships in collaboration with our partners and clients. No matter how large or small the supply chain gap may be, we will bridge it together. How can we help?”
Nathan grew up in Southwest Wisconsin and attended college at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. Outside of Business Development with Rockfarm, Nathan spends his time with friends and family, bass fishing on the Mississippi River, hunting, and hitting the links.