The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) has announced that Anne Reinke will be the next president and CEO of TIA, starting at the end of October. She succeeds Douglas Clark, who was named interim CEO this past June after President and CEO Robert Voltmann stepped down.
“Anne’s experience in the transportation industry, coupled with her extensive government affairs background and leadership skills, will help guide TIA as we seek to enhance strategic alliances, strengthen industry and stakeholder partnerships, and increase our standing on Capitol Hill – all in support of providing increased tools, resources, and representation to our members,” said Brian Evans, CTB, TIA board chair and CEO of L&L Freight Services.
Reinke will assume the day-to-day leadership of TIA, while working in tandem with the board and key stakeholders. Previously, Reinke served two years for the U.S. Department of Transportation as the Deputy Assistant Secretary – Congressional Affairs. Prior to this role, Reinke spent 16 years at CSX Corporation in their federal affairs office, ultimately serving as the vice president of government affairs.
She is a Washington, D.C., native and received a B.A. from Rice University in Houston, Texas, and a J.D. from the Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.